A trio of youthful suspects were caught on surveillance video Sunday attempting to rob a Kansas City Church’s Chicken restaurant. The robbery didn’t work out–an employee snatched a handgun from one of the suspects and all three ran out of the store. After police released the video, asking the public for help in locating the would-be robbers, one woman recognized her own son.
In a video titled “Chick Bank Robber,” 19-year-old Hannah Sabata of York, Neb. brags, “My new car is shiny. Of course I took the plates off already.” That’s a nice precaution to take after stealing a Pontiac Grand Am, but posting a Youtube video about it is probably not the greatest move.
Police in Kansas City, Mo., are searching for a teenager who was caught on surveillance video sucker punching an elderly bus driver for no clear reason. According to what Captain Steve Young of the Kansas City Police Department told the Huffington Post, the young man entered the bus October 1 without paying and punched the driver before getting off.
The family that plays together stays together, but does a family that commits crimes together do the time together? Maybe not, in the case of an Atlanta man who police say brought a woman and a crying baby along on two armed robberies.
On Sunday, a knife-wielding robber entered a convenience store in Essex, England, and was promptly chased out by a barrage of beer cases tossed by the store’s brave manager. Watch the video.
Anthony Sanchez, a former California water agency director , was arrested after a video of him beating his stepson with a belt began to circulate online. The beating, according to Oscar Lopez, the neighbor who filmed the incident, was a result of the boy dropping the ball. Sanchez’s lawyer disagrees, saying the beating was ‘discipline.’
In the aftermath of a deadly police beating caught on videotape, the Fullerton Police Department agreed to settle claims brought by Cathy Thomas, the victim’s mother, for $1 million.
The most casual robber in the world and his barefaced accomplice seem to have entered a newspaper store in Manchester, England, armed with nothing but a cup of coffee and a positive attitude.