Skip to comments.Robbers turn liquor store into curbside service for pals
Posted on 01/29/2014 2:53:17 AM PST by Libloather
Three pistol-packing crooks turned a Brooklyn liquor store into their a drive-up retail outlet tying up the workers and then spending the next two hours calling friends and filling their curbside orders, cops said Tuesday.
They were taking the liquor in cases out to the cars, said Brownsville shop owner Geoffrey George.
They were calling their friends on the phone. They were saying, What you want? What you want? recalled George, who was duct-taped along with two of his workers during the outrageous midnight heist Jan. 20.
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Yet another public education success story...
Because the both the state and city of New York have many highly restrictive laws designed to prevent criminals from obtaining firearms.
I hope everyone who drove up for the free booze will go to prison for this armed robbery. With luck, there will be a video of all those license plates.
The masked robbers swiped a total of 55 cases of Hennessy cognac
Yo man some Hennessy yo.
55 cases of Hennessy Cognac? In a neighborhood/local liquor store?
Sheesh! Poverty is doing much better today, it seems. Back in the day, it would have been 55 cases of MD-20/20...
There’s a good number of people with easy money in the hood thanks to the “War on Drugs”
Take note how these thug’s friends and acquaintances have no compunction stealing from the liquor store. Where is the distinction between the gangs and their “community”.
A large niumber of outgoing phone calls from that location, whether mobile or landline, should be fairly easy to trace.
I wish, but isn't that mainly for the NSA to use in dealing with those who oppose Obama? I doubt that the police would be allowed to use that until they have a specific name and a warrant based on probable cause.
Actually, I figure the NSA itself sent some cars there to stock up for the next office party...
That’s one of the benefits of their job. They are always the first to know about a good deal. I still like them though; NSA is the only part of FedGov that listens to ordinary Americans.