Webster Police Press release July 13, 2012
Store manager charged
Webster - On Sunday July 1 the Webster police Department responded t the AT&T store on East Main Street in Webster for a reported armed robbery. Upon their arrival officers were told by the store manager, Angel Dejesus, that two males robbed him at gunpoint and hit him in the head with the gun knocking him out. When Mr. Dejesus regained consciousness he found that the suspects had taken all the high end electronics as well as some cash. Mr. Dejesus was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for the injury to the side of his face.
While conducting their investigation into this robbery, detectives determined that the facts provided by Mr. Dejesus did not coincide with the evidence they had. After interviewing all the witnesses detectives determined Mr. Dejesus had fabricated the story about being robbed. During their investigation detectives discovered that Mr. Dejesus had conspired with another unknown individual to steal approximately $22,000 from the store.
On Wednesday July 11 detectives again interviewed Mr. Dejesus and he confessed to planning the theft, and fabricating the robbery story. Detectives charged Angel M. Dejesus, 278 Oxford Street, Providence, RI, DOB 06/09/83, with one count of Larceny by embezzlement, and one count of filing a False Police Report.
- Friday, 13 July 2012
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