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|Written by Dani Schwinn|
|Wednesday, 23 May 2012 00:00|
Here's what's up on "National Taffy Day!"
Fox8- Amanda Salem of Cuyahoga Falls says she stopped at an ATM in Akron on May 15 because she wanted to withdraw $20 for gas. Security video shows her standing outside a Kenmore Boulevard bank when a man walks up and puts a gun in her side as others surround them. “He said give me all your money, the others were just standing there staring at me making sure I didn’t take off,” said Salem. “Then he held the gun to my head and started banging on the ATM trying to get the money to withdraw faster.” Salem, 23, said “I just thought about my son, my son you know holding him and just wanting to go home and I said ‘you can just have everything I don’t care you can take everything i just love my son and I want to go home." According to Salem the thieves took her $20, grabbed her purse and ran. The police posted the video on Fox 8 news and YouTube and within hours police got cedible tips identifying a 17-year old suspect. After getting warrants police arrested Derek Love of Akron on felony warrants for aggravated robbery with a weapon and parole violations out of juvenile court.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 03 June 2012 12:07|