Teenagers Hold Up Restaurant As A 'Prank'
These asswipes won't think its a prank when they play "drop the soap" with Bubba in the clink.
But then, since they are Juvies, they could very well walk.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Wichita police are investigating an aggravated attempted robbery at a northeast Wichita restaurant that may have been a prank
It happened at the Subway restaurant, 3200 N. Rock, around 11 a.m. Monday. Police said two teenagers, 15 and 16-year-old boys, walked into the building with their hands in their pockets, ordering everyone on the floor.
One of the suspects started counting people on the floor, while two other teenagers ran out of the restaurant, police said. The third teenager ran away a short time later. No one was hurt.
Authorities identified one of the suspects as a Heights High School student. Officers contacted the student and questioned him. The boy was not arrested and released to his parents.
Investigators said it appears the teenagers were not trying to commit a robbery, but instead play a prank or a game.
"We do not want to have anybody else think this is in any way, shape or form acceptable,” said Lt. Doug Nolte, Wichita police.
Nolte said the suspects could have been confronted, creating a harmful environment.
The case will be turned over the District Attorney’s office for review