There are probably two ways people rob someone. They either plan it out in advance or they do it based on opportunity.
I would assume the planned out robbery would work better only because, well, you have a plan in place and you make sure your getaway car is prepared to take you and your fellow criminals to a safe location.
Three men working on a car in Allentown robbed two teenagers who walked past them Wednesday night, but were quickly arrested when a police officer drove by and saw the men still working on the car, police said.
An Allentown officer who was dispatched to the robbery in the area of the 600 block of N. 12th Street saw the men pushing the car, according to court records. The men didn’t get far, as they were ordered out and placed under arrest for robbing the teens of money, jewelry and phones.
Jose M. Almanzar, 21, of Allentown, Keith D. Tabb, 20, (FACEBOOK PROFILE) of Whitehall, and Joan Tejada, 20, of Allentown, were charged with robbery and related crimes. They were arraigned before District Judge Patricia Engler on Thursday and sent to Lehigh County Prison under $1 million each. SOURCE: The Morning Call
“No way they will find us, cops are stupid.”
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