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The man told his tearful victim he was sorry after sticking a gun in her face and taking her last $2.

$2. Credit: Joseph Hosey
$2. Credit: Joseph Hosey
An apologetic armed robber returned his victim's $2 and fled into the night after menacing her with a pistol.

The gunman struck about 9 p.m. in the parking lot of O'Charley's Irish Pub.

Police say a woman pulled into the parking lot of the North Center Street bar and was changing out of her work clothes when there was a rap on her driver's side window.

The woman rolled down her window and the knocker stuck a gun in her face and demanded her money.

The woman gave the bandit $2, told him it was all she had and started to cry. She also showed him her empty wallet.

The gunman then said he was sorry and told her he thought she was someone else before taking off.

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Homewood Jim February 09, 2014 at 08:58 AM
tojo - you have delineated an inconvenient truth, which will be totally rejected by the leftwingers. Why? Because they - the liberal Democrats - created it. When the Dems invented ADC - Aid to Dependent Children - they created an econonomic incentive for single mothers to have more kids. More kids = more money. Unfortunately, the gubmint paid for HAVING kids, but had no requirement to RAISE the kids. To keep those welfare checks coming, all that was required was to keep voting Democrat. Never forget - if you want more of something, subsidize it; if you want less of something, tax it. It's tragically sad that the welfare mothers can make criminals faster than the police can put them away.


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