June 8, 2019
This is one of those occasions when having a bloodthirsty pit bull for a pet would have been a big help.
It’s not like there are any white children left for it to attack in California anyway.
An Oakland woman was arrested this week after allegedly knocking an elderly man to the ground and robbing him outside a San Leandro 7-Eleven early Tuesday morning.
Police say a 93-year-old man was getting coffee with his wife around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday when the suspect allegedly attacked the man from behind, knocked him to the ground and stole his wallet.
The assault and robbery occurred at the convenience store at 333 E. 14th Street in San Leandro.
A 7-eleven employee told KRON4 the victim is a regular customer at the store.
“Mr. Frank comes in everyday for coffee. So it is really sad that something like this would happen,” said Yolanda Rodriguez.
Rodriguez said she can’t believe something like this happened to her favorite customer.
“He is a loving caring person. He reminds me of my grandpa. Super sharp. We even got a secret hand shake. That’s how cool he is with us at this store,” she said.
Police say they have surveillance video of the assault and were able to track down the suspect’s car because of the video.
The suspect, identified as 48-year-old Carla Ashford, confessed to officers after being detained, according to police.
“48-years-old. Her name is Carla Ashford. Oakland resident. They were able to detain her and take her into custody with no incident,” said San Leandro Police Lieutenant Isaac Benabou.
Ashford has been arrested and booked on felony robbery and elder abuse charges.
Even Serena Gorilliams looks feminine compared to this baboonette.