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by Christian Bryant

‘LOST BOYS’ VANDALIZE POLICE CAR

Greensboro police officers received a rude awakening during a surveillance operation when their vehicle was struck with BB gun pellets on March 21. The suspects were a group of juveniles out riding bikes through the area. Two of them were arrested and charged with assault, vandalism and resisting an officer. The delinquents succeeded in damaging three windows on the undercover car. One officer suffered an abrasion from the broken glass but did not require treatment.

WACHOVIA BANK ROBBERY

According to Greensboro police, a white man walked into the Wachovia Bank on High Point Road, brandished two handguns and a bag and then demanded money from the teller on March 24. After taking the money, the suspect fled in a white over gray Jeep Grand Cherokee.

MARITAL QUARREL ENDS IN GUNSHOT

Winston-Salem police reported that an argument between a married couple took a harsh turn when a wife shot her husband on March 24. Issa Mossi claims his wife shot him for no reason, while Mrs. Mossi argues that she acted in self defense. According to the police report, Mrs. Mossi said she had been verbally and physically abused and threatened by Mr. Mossi with a baseball bat before she shot him.

TOUGH BREAKS FOR PIZZA GUYS

Officers from both Winston-Salem and Greensboro reported three pizza deliverymen were robbed on the same day. Benjamin Pfaff, a Domino’s Pizza employee, was robbed for money, a pizza, a sandwich and his cell phone in Winston-Salem on Sunday. Jonathan Tucker, of Greensboro, also an employee for Domino’s, said he was robbed at gunpoint for cash while making a delivery. Youcef Bensefia, and employee at Tito’s Pizza and Subs in Greensboro, told police that he was robbed of food and money during a delivery. Bensefia arrived at a vacant apartment to drop off food and when he returned to his car, five male suspects approached him, one displaying a handgun. No life-threatening injuries were sustained by any of the men and the respective investigations are ongoing.

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