Suspect Robs Convenience Store, Leaves Beer, $15 For Clerk
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(CBS Seattle) — A 34-year-old woman robbed a convenience store in Edgewood and after threatening to kill the clerk, left beer and $15 dollars for him.
According to KOMO News, Enjoli Norde walked in to the 7-Eleven just before midnight Sunday. After fixing herself a cup of coffee, Norde asked the clerk, ‘Do you love Jesus?’ then pointed a pistol at the clerk. According to court documents, Norde threatened to kill the clerk, and demanded he open the cash drawer. The clerk handed over $150 and Norde reportedly said, ‘If you call on me, I’ll come back and kill you.’
KOMO reports that Norde went back to the convenience store a short time later, again pointed a gun at the clerk and asked him what his favorite beer was. Norde then reportedly grabbed the kind of beer the clerk specified, then asked for a case of cigarettes. The woman left a few bottles of the beer on the counter along with $15, telling the clerk it was ‘something for you.’
Court documents say Norde then went to the apartment where her mother and grandmother were living, threatened to shoot them and demanded prescription drugs. The two women later told police Norde had been known to use meth in the past.
When police arrested Norde, she had a pellet gun, cigarettes and cash. Police said she had ‘screaming fits of rage’ during her arrest and asked one officer if he believed in Jesus and told him she loved the Lord.
Norde was charged Tuesday in Pierce County Superior Court with robbery and harassment.
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