Subway staff robs at a supermarket to teach her boss a lesson; And ends up in prison
An associate of the New Mexico Subway Sandwich Store faces charges after the police claimed they robbed a spot to teach another staff “a lesson.”
Lorena Ariana Marin, 22, and her anointed successor Angelo Rey Espinosa, 19, were captured on Monday evening amid reports of a robbery in Las Cruces, New Mexico, according to the Las Cruces Sun-News report.
Police said Espinosa was reported to be standing while Marin verbally and physically threatened the staff after hopping behind the counter. Police brought the workers to the back of the store, but one of the employees went to her car and drove away.
Marin told authorities that she had perpetrated the theft, “to teach one of the workers a lesson about what might happen late at night in that part of town.” Marin and Espinosa are facing the trial of burglary.
No lawyer was assigned for either person. We are being arraigned in the Doña Ana County Detention Center.