Another armed robbery in a ''no-guns'' United Dairy Farmers store
A full year after OhioCCW became law and after countless thousands of CHL-holders shopped in the stores countless thousands of times without incident, United Dairy Farmers management decided to post “no-guns” signs to keep their patrons safe. Great idea - IF you're a (criminal) patron planning on staging an armed robbery, that is:
- Case # 050454919 Title Robbery
Report # 050454919.1 Subject 450 – Robbery
Location 3728 Karl Rd
City Columbus Zone 1
Precinct 2 District 23
Occurred 5/30/2005 5:35:00 AM
Reported By Officer Reed Badge 2071
R/P STATES ON THE ABOVE DATE AND TIME SUSPECT CAME INTO THE STORE, AND
ASKED TO CHANGE HIS CHANGE IN FOR THE PAY PHONE. SHE STATED SHE COUNTED
OUT .25 CENTS AND OPEN HER CASH REGISTER TO GIVE HIM A QUARTER. SHE
STATED HE THEN PULLED A SMALL BLACK HAND GUN AND TOLD HER TO HAND OVER
THE MONEY. THE SUSPECT TOLD THE VICTIM NOT TO PULL THE MONEY FROM THE
BAIT SIDE. SHE STATED SHE IS UNSURE HOW MUCH HE DID GET IN CASH.
Offense Description: Aggravated Robbery _ deadly weapon on or about suspect, control, display, brandish, indicate possession, or use weapon
Victims: UNITED DAIRY FARMERS, 3728 Karl Rd, Columbus, OH 43224
Is United Dairy Farmers Director of Security John W. Osborne still under the impression that “no-guns” signs can keep UDF patrons and employees safe? Can his boss still have confidence in Osborne after all the evidence to the contrary?
- United Dairy Farmers
Robert Lindner Jr., President
3955 Montgomery Rd.
Email: [email protected]
Armed robbery at UDF; robber steals beer at knifepoint