Rotten Reporting: WYFF Thinks People “Ask for Money” by Pulling Guns on You
There have been several incidents in the Haywood Mall parking lot which police say are connected. WYFF, no doubt guided by an internal political correctness policy, decided the connection was that in all three incidents people were “asked” for money:
According to a police report, on April 27, a man said he was approached by a person with a handgun and was taken to his bank ATM to get $500.
Then on May 22, another victim said he was “swindled” out of the money when a man said he needed $500 to tow and repair his car.
Rampey said a third incident this week at the mall also occurred, but was different because the teenager said the man approached him for money, and would not leave him alone until he gave him $45.
“We are not sure if the incidents are all related or not,” said Rampey.
Er, that first incident definitely was not asking. The third one seems suspiciously like a reporter trying to downplay a strong arm robbery. In fact none of these episodes have anything in common with each other unless you remember that earlier in the article a police source says that the crimes were perpetrated by “similar” people.
WYFF of course has no description of these people. You wouldn’t want people to know what this dangerous criminal looks like after all, then they could keep themselves safe.
Fox Carolina at least narrows it down to a man in his 30s. When will the scourge of crime by these chameleon like bogeymen end?