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So I saw this on a Portsmouth, NH community page last week….
Oh no!! Sounds serious. Poor kid was on his way home from work, got pushed in the back, was told to hand over his $80 in tips, and that was the end of that. It got hundreds of likes and comments as a lot of people worried that a stray man is out there robbing people around every bend in this quiet little beach down.
But it also doesn’t say if the bad guy was armed, and for some reason the “victim” didn’t get a description of the perp. He just heard a voice behind him, handed all of his money to this individual, and didn’t bother trying to see what they looked like. Nevertheless, it was written on Facebook so it simply must be true.
So we wanted to get to the bottom of this and decided to look up the Portsmouth Police log from April 4th, and as you can see here, there’s no mention of anything like that.
The “victim’s” name is Indigo Jamison Beene-Jenny. IJBJ for short.
AKA “Yung Lean”
AKA “stab a bitch”
And although we couldn’t find his incident in the police log, we did find him in other police logs for drug possession….
Oh yea, I’m sure Mom got the whole story here.
This is a map of that area:
It starts at his work (Row 34) and ends where Mom says he lives with Mom. The X is where he was allegedly robbed. I’m sure walking 7 or 8 blocks in the opposite direction is how he normally gets home.
Of course what probably happened here is that he blew all his money, or he got it taken from him in a drug deal gone bad. Then he went home and told Mom a sob story because Mom believes everything, and the next thing you know he’s the feel good story in town. And it worked too….
Oh, and he didn’t call the police the night it happened either because he was “freaked out.” They called the next day:
Yea, generally when you’re “freaked out” because you were just the innocent victim of a crime, you call the cops. But yea, “he knows now” to call the cops the next time he’s robbed. Because lots of 20 year olds don’t understand that you call the police when you’re the victim of a crime.
Nevertheless, people are sheep, and they saw someone post something on Facebook and it had to be true. Thus a bunch of kind-hearted individuals decided they’d go to his work, buy dinner from him, and tip him nicely to make up for the loot he just was “robbed” of:
Cash money!! Best scam ever!! Same time next week!
Naturally the conversation evolved into an argument about guns, because apparently when people think that are bad guys out there robbing innocent people of their hard earned money it’s a bad thing to protect yourself:
Good news guys – you don’t have to argue over guns anymore because this never actually happened. It was just a kid who had to come up with a lie to tell his Mom, she believed it, and he ended up making a few extra bucks because of it.