As New Yorker, Anthony Rigoletto, entered his jewelry store in the City, he saw the front windows broken and the store’s interior ransacked. A man and woman were inside tearing the place up.
The male robber put a gun to Rigoletto’s head as he entered while the woman stuffed jewelry she found in drawers into a bag. The thief then forced the store owner to open a safe. But, he was surprised when Rigoletto pulled a licensed handgun from inside it and used it to chase the pair out of the store.
The two jumped into a waiting getaway car but a third person, acting as a lookout, was shot in the leg by Rigoletto. Prosecutors declined to prosecute the store owner for the shooting. However, he does face administrative charges because the gun was licensed in Westchester County and not New York City.
Hollywood Florida Robber Tries To Rob A Jewelry Store Using A Brick
Spencer Condon tried to rob Renee’s Golden Touch jewelers Wednesday when he entered the store and smashed a display counter with a brick. He grabbed some jewelry. There was a confrontation between him and employees. One of the employees shot Condon in the leg. He ran out the door, but dropped to the ground.
Boston Area Store Owner Shoots Would Be Robber
Raymond Simmons is accused of trying to rob The Essential Body Herbs Store in Mattapan. He was wearing what seems to be modern robbery attire, a hoodie, when he went into the store and demanded cash. He reached into the hooded sweatshirt as if he had a gun. The clerk ran to the store owner who was downstairs. Then the store owner ran upstairs and confronted the robber. He shot him multiple times. The robber will be charged with armed robbery and as a career criminal.
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|February 18 2011|