While robbers typically choose guns or knives to instill fear, syringes are a common choice as well, and apparently big brushes are a thing too.
A man named Gregory Miller took a Coors Light truck for a spin, but when he decided to elude authorities on foot, his leg got caught under the semi.
The suspects said they went to rob the tenants, but didn’t know the couple moved into the house just days prior and the intended targets were now gone.
Fuller said although he knows she’s been in bad hands and doing bad things, he’s glad to have his Glock back and likened it to finding a $500 bill.
Even Mayor Bill de Blasio criticized the ads and noted that while they technically fall within MTA guidelines, they’re still irresponsible and offensive.
Event organizers said they had problems in the past with the suspects, who they identified as white supremacists.
After enjoying a full day of freedom, Steven O’Leary decided to turn himself back in to authorities and has since been admitted to drug treatment.
A $15,000 reward is being offered for information on the suspect, who authorities say was armed with a high-caliber weapon and walked with a limp.
The suspect didn’t get the cash he demanded, but rather a wine bottle to the face from the angry clerk.
The suspect can be seen on surveillance video fooling with the gun while unsuccessfully attempting to shoot the 25-year-old man in the head several times.