Lady Threatens Staph Infection During Robbery (Updated)

Heres a cute cat, because no one wants to see a picture of a staph infection.
  • Here's a cute cat, because no one wants to see a picture of a staph infection.

Update: Caroline Slusher, who had been on the run since the MRSA incident in October, was arrested on March 30. She pleaded not guilty this morning to one count of theft and one count of robbery. (WOIO)

Some people use guns during robberies. Maybe knives, or a note of some sort, perhaps a threat of violence. Anything that will get the people around you to cooperate, give you what you want, and leave you alone long enough to get away.

But an infection? That's a new one.

A woman robbed a gas station on E. 152nd and used nothing more than an open sore on her arms and the threat of MRSA (a devastating, contagious, and antibiotic-resistant strain of staph infections) to put fear in employees and bystanders.

Eww.

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