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Video: Ga. Man Robs Convenience Store In Front of Cop

October 06, 2011  | 

VIDEO: Crook Robs Convenience Store In Front of Cop

A Snellville (Ga.) Police lieutenant watched a 21-year-old man try to rob a convenience store in front of him, and then promptly arrested him after the clerk handed over the bag of cash.

Stephen Daniel, 21, had even spoken with officers before entering the QT in Snellville late last month. Surveillance footage shows Daniel demanding money from the cashier with Lt. B.W. Brown standing several feet away. The following conversation then takes place:

Daniel: "Yo. Give me all the money in the (expletive) register. Right now! Give me all the money in the (expletive) register.

Cashier: "Why?"

Daniel: "Because I said so."

The store manager smiles, as he puts the money from the register in a bag and hands it to Daniel, who is promptly arrested by Lt. Brown.

Source: WSB-TV

Tags: Video Surveillance, Convenience Stores, Stupid Criminals


Comments (3)

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sgt @ 10/7/2011 6:51 AM

Lt. Brown has been a cop for over 30 years. I remember him telling me 15 years ago "pay attention to what's going on around you" over and over. Rock on LT!!!

janet @ 10/7/2011 6:54 AM

I'm glad no one was hurt. Lt. Brown was in the right place at the right time. God bless him. Dumbest Criminal!!!!!!!!!

tim @ 1/5/2012 3:39 PM

Cashier: Why? <-- Seriously, that's the best you can do??

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