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How to get caught by the police

How to get caught by the police
1. Steal a car
2. Give someone a ride in it to work
3. Use his phone to call a women tell her you are coming over soon.
4. Rob at gunpoint the person you gave a ride to.
5. Go visit the woman. 
6. Look out the window a lot when the police arrive and discover the stolen car.
That is the short and sweet of what is alleged that Brian A. King Jr of Kansas City Mo. and an unidentified juvenile accomplice did on Oct. 17th. After dropping off his passenger/victim, he is alleged to have driven a stolen automobile to Brittany Place Apartments at 87th and Utopia (pictured below), where 17-year-old Mr. King and his juvenile accomplice were detained and subsequently identified by the victim. .
 Brittany Place Apartments
Here is the official Raytown Police Department press release..

Raytown robbery

A Kansas City man faces felony charges in connection with a robbery Thursday in Raytown, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced today.

Brian A. King Jr., 17 (dob: 3/16/1996), faces Robbery 1st Degree.*

According to court records, the defendant pointed what appeared to be a gun at the victim, according to the victim, and stole the victim’s wallet. The victim escaped and ran into a business to seek help. Later, police found the victim’s wallet just a few blocks from the site of the robbery. The defendant and a juvenile suspect were taken into custody by Raytown police after a vehicle meeting the description of the car involved in the robbery was found in an apartment complex.

Prosecutors requested a bond of $100,000/10 percent.


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