Two Teens Arrested For Robbing Girl Scouts Of Cookie Cashbox
1 year ago
Guys going to jail over $100
Sure, Girl Scouts can be a little annoying with their attempts to sell you cookies, but none of them deserve to be treated like this.
Two Texas teens have been arrested on charges of robbing a group of Girl Scouts for money they made selling the popular cookies.
18-year old Justin Rogers-Zenon and an unidentified 16-year old walked up on the troupe at a local Wal-Mart acting like your typical customers fiending for some Trefoils. But when they got up on them, they grabbed the little girls' cashboox, ran off and hopped in a getaway car. Proving that this attack on some innocent girl scouts, was actually planned in advance, somewhat.
One of the girls tried to chase then down, but was pushed down in the process, suffering a couple of scapes and scratches from the incident.
Feeling the guilt, Rogers-Zenon would up turning himself in and was released on $10,000 bond this past Friday. The 16-year old didn't give up so easily. He wasn't caught until police spotted a car matching the description of the getaway car and saw him driving it.
Since the incident, people from all over the country have reportedly attempted to contact the girls to donate money to replace the funds they lost.
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