Ahoy, Mateys

May 2005
Convenience Store News;5/9/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
This article focuses on a robbery case in Abbeville, c-store when a man entered the shop with a sword clenched between his teeth and began growling. According to police reports, the man. Brandon Doucet, 28, of Abbeville, walked behind the counter or the Food N Fun convenience store, grabbed a can of tobacco and a bottle of whiskey — while continuing to growl and left without a word. There was some extremely abnormal behavior. Police later arrested Doucet and charged him with armed robbery.


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