Alleged Robber Hands Bullet to Store Clerk After She Prays With Him

Alleged Robber Hands Bullet to Store Clerk After She Prays With Him

Suspect Gregory Smith Tells Angela Montez of His Troubles, Turns Himself In to Indianapolis Police Shortly After Incident

By SUZAN CLARKE and SABRINA PARISE
Oct. 21, 2009

A man suspected of robbing an Indianapolis check cashing store removed the bullet from his gun after the clerk talked about God and prayed with him, police said.

Robber Gives Up Bullet After Store Clerk Prays With Him

A man suspected of robbing an Indianapolis check cashing store took the bullet out of his gun after… Expand

A man suspected of robbing an Indianapolis check cashing store took the bullet out of his gun after the store clerk talked to him about God and prayed with him, police said. The man, 23-year-old Gregory L. Smith of Indianapolis, turned himself in to police a few hours after he allegedly held up the Advance America check cashing store Monday. Collapse

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The man, Gregory L. Smith of Indianapolis, turned himself in to police a few hours after he allegedly held up the Advance America check cashing store Monday.

Police responding to the store around 4:20 p.m. were told that it had just been robbed.

Smith, 23, initially entered the establishment to apply for a loan, then left to get identification that clerk Angela Montez requested, officials said. More…

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