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McDonald’s Birthday Date Celebration Turns into Robbery

Local News, Crime

A Lindenhurst man was out on a date with Virgina Miller of North Amityville. He brought her a box of chocolates and the two had ...

It’s an odd and unfortunate turn of events for one man from Lindenhurst who took a woman out for dinner to celebrate her birthday.

According to Suffolk County police, Virginia Miller, 26, of North Amityville went out on a date with a Lindenhurst man on Monday evening to celebrate her birthday. After Miller’s date presented her with a box of chocolates and the two had dinner at a McDonald’s, they returned to the driveway of a residence at 44 Nathalie Avenue in North Amityville. Soon after, at about 10:30 p.m., Miller sent a text message to a few friends to come out of the house to rob her date.

Miller had five accomplices in the robbery, including Jamar Christian, 21, of North Amityville, Michael Owens, 34, of Hempstead, Rodney Fisher, 33, of Amityville and two other men police are searching for.

The robbers assaulted the Lindenhurst man and took his wallet, iPhone, a tablet, and the box of chocolates.

Miller’s date called police to report the incident.

Miller and the three named men were arrested. They will be charged with second degree robbery and are scheduled to be arraigned today at the First District Court in Central Islip.

Police continue to search for the two other male accomplices.

 

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5 comments

Elizabeth Holley Feb 13th, 2013 08:58 PM

This is absolutely hilarious! This woman was probably pi**ed that her date took her to McDonalds!!! 
 
I have to wonder if they met each other from Craigslist or some other online dating service. Perhaps "DatemeRobyou.com" 
 
The funniest part of this... they stole the box of chocolates that was actually already given to the girl!! 

Adam Key Feb 13th, 2013 09:03 PM

What a complete moron for taking a girl to McDonalds for her birthday. It serves him right to be jacked after he dropped her off at her house. 
 
I hope he got the chocolates back anyway. 

Harry Feb 13th, 2013 09:05 PM

There are plenty of places that a man take a woman out on a date for her birthday. This guy actually thought it would be a good idea to go to McDonalds?? I guess it isn't that bad that he got robbed and roughed up a little when he took her home. 
 
I mean, really? 
 
What would he do for Valentine's Day? Arby's? 

Jamal Jenkum Feb 18th, 2013 05:23 AM

I don't understand what the problem is.  Isn't this part of the normal dating ritual for membes of this 'culcha'.

Mo Gibs Feb 18th, 2013 10:56 AM

5 accomplices? So their were 6 total and got what? 1200 dollars worth of stuff? Only this idiotic species would go to jail over something so petty.

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