$94 Robbery Earns Woman 18 years Behind Bars, No Parole

by Ayvaunn Penn, Your Black World

The economy is making people do all kinds of crazy things. Just because the economy is down, however, that does not mean you will not pay the consequences for your actions — even if your home has been foreclosed on and your bank account is darn near empty. The Grio reports that “Connie Murray Dumas, 40, will be in prison until 2029 after she was found guilty of armed robbery and possession of a pistol during a violent crime.”

Dumas “won” herself a grand total of $94 when she robbed a One Stop convenience store in Rock Hill South Carolina. According to reports from NBC News, Dumas was captured by authorities shortly after the robbery due to a witness description. She was also caught on film by a store security camera aiming what appeared to be a gun at the clerk while demanding money.

The Grio reports that “Dumas has signed a confession saying she robbed the store due to financial troubles, citing her foreclosed home, however later recanted that statement. In trial, she also said that she did not use a gun and what was seen was actually her car keys and cell phone.” Dumas will not have any opportunity for parole.

Ayvaunn Penn is the founder of Your Black Poets and an award winning writer completing her degree in English and philosophy. To inquire about her freelance editing services, click here. To like Ayvaunn on Facebook, click here.


One response to “$94 Robbery Earns Woman 18 years Behind Bars, No Parole

  1. But yet this Anthony woman only gets probation for killing her daughter! And the drunk driver that killed a little boy only gets probation; where is justice? Who makes the laws?

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