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Monday, November 5, 2012

Sex trade turns into a robbery

Posted By on Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 9:22 AM

A police report on an incident about 9:30 p.m. Saturday from a man who took a woman back to his trailer off Stanton Road in Southwest Little Rock. Fair warning:

[The suspect] advised that he met Suspect 2 at the Exxon and though he was going to have sex with her. [He] said when he got back to his trailer the unknown female suspect then told him to give her $20. [He] said he did not have any money. Suspect 1 then walked up from behind and pulled out what looked like either a 9MM or a 45 cal. handgun and pointed it at his head. [He] said the male suspect then pushed him down toward the ground causing him to hit his face. [He] said the suspect then reached into his pocket and took his wallet along with $600. [He] said both suspects then took off in an unknown direction. A broadcast was made and officers searched the area with negative results at this time. [He] was advised to call back if the suspects return.

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