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| May 16, 2021

 

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Man Tries To Rob Farmingdale Ralph’s Ices: Police
The woman behind the counter refused to give the robber money and chased him off, police say.

Micheal DeSantis
FARMINGDALE, NY — An Amityville man was arrested after he tried to rob Ralph’s Italian Ices in Farmingdale on Thursday afternoon, Nassau police said.

Vincent Baxter, 21, approached a female employee, 53, at Ralph’s Italian Ices at 850 Main St. and passed a note demanding money, police said. The woman refused and chased Baxter onto Frank Avenue, police said. Baxter broke off a flagpole on the storefront and faced the woman, police said. Baxter then dropped the flag and fled, police said.

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  1. Hatchet says:

    Baxtor had enough strength to break off a flag pole, face off with this women and then think better of it and run for the hills? Damn shame the women didn’t pick up the flag pole, give chase and impale this little gutless wonder. Prop’s to the women for keeping her cool.

  2. President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight says:

    Must have been his first try.
    Amateur. Rookie. He needs to find a more legal line of work, he’s no good at robbery.

    As for the Lovely Lassie….and a redhead…..with the rifle……take my soul, PLEASE!

  3. KoB says:

    You go Girl! Imma wid Hatchet too. To bad she didn’t grab the flag pole and give the punk a preview of what Bubb, Thor, Julio, and “Mr. Tiny” is gonna do to his azz.

    That thar strap looking thingie on the East German Shank, would it be the pull rope for the chainsaw attachment in that bayonet?

    A little Red Irish with our coffee this morning, I see. She’s no dog, and I got a place to “set ‘er”. (Brushes the bisket crumbs off)

  4. Fjardeson says:

    Fire in the hole!