UPS Driver Robbed At Gunpoint In Safeway Parking Lot: Report
The driver was sorting boxes in the truck when he was approached from behind by the robbers, according to reports.The robbery happened at the Safeway at Alabama Avenue and Naylor Road in Southeast DC, WJLA reports. The robbers stole an undisclosed number of packages and the driver's personal bookbag before fleeing.
A Louisville man and woman are facing charges after they allegedly attacked a man and woman before holding their adult son at gunpoint over a $40 debt.
Rodney Graves, 30, and Amber Hardin, 31, are facing charges of kidnapping, burglary and wanton endangerment.
Police said Graves and Hardin assaulted the two victims on Berry Boulevard because their son owed them $40 for a Playstation 4.
According to the arrest report, Graves also hid behind the son's house with a gun, pointed it at him and chased him, later forcing him into a car driven by Hardin.
Fugitive Couple Arrested in Missouri Is Now Suspected of Triple Homicide
A married couple arrested Thursday at a Days Inn Hotel in Missouri after a week-long violent crime spree that ran the gamut from armed robbery to murder, is now under investigation for a triple homicide. Brady Kane Witcher, 41, and Brittany McMillan, 28, were arrested in Hazelwood, Missouri on arrest warrants out of Alabama for the kidnap and murder of Kellie Ann Hughes, 31, whose body was found Dec. 13 in the woods near Birmingham, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Investigators said the son was taken to the suspects' house before being brought back home.
Police were dispatched to the home on Dearcy Avenue and found Graves and Hardin inside the vehicle and the son in the back seat.
Graves and Hardin are being held at Metro Corrections. A judge set Graves' bond at $25,000 and Hardin's bond at $10,000.
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