New Bedford Power Couple Robs Bakery At Knifepoint But Only Gets Bag Of Chips So They Rob A Market Basket Of Frozen Food On Coldest Day Of The Year Instead
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WBSM: Two people have been arrested after armed robbery and shoplifting incidents this morning. New Bedford Police say 33-year-old Lacey Langevin and 38-year-old Justin Troy Galary, both of New Bedford, are charged in the robbery of Sara’s Bakery on Acushnet Avenue, and shoplifting from Market Basket. Police say Galary stood outside of Sara’s Bakery before 9 A.M. Monday morning while Langevin, armed with a knife, jumped over the counter, knocked over items, and demanded money. She only escaped with a bag of chips. The couple then headed to Market Basket, where Langevin stood watch outside while Galary stole frozen foods.
That poor employee behind the desk at the bakery. This happened at 9 AM. Imagine just getting to work and all of a sudden this behemoth comes charging at you with a knife demanding the last jelly donut:
They don’t call them the New Bedford Whalers for nothing!!
And yet somehow she only emerged with a bag of chips. From a bakery. I didn’t even know that was possible. And then because of her failures they had to make an impromptu pit stop at Market Basket, where they picked up……you guessed it – frozen food. On the coldest day of the year thus far. Because, I’m sure these two alley humpers own a microwave. Sure, he could’ve just grabbed some fruits and vegetables or some Chef Boyardee, but when a man wants a hot pocket, he gets a hot pocket.
Don’t worry though, these two love birds will get some lenient Deval Patrick-appointed judge, get let off on personal recognizance, and they’ll be playing hide the salami in a New Bedford vacant by Wednesday at the latest. Hot!!!
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