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Friday, May 30, 2008

HIV used as weapon in sausage robbery

A Texas man claiming to have HIV was charged with aggravated robbery after biting a security guard who tried to stop him from stealing meat from a grocery store.

First snip: The aggravated robbery charge is more serious than a robbery charge because the suspect used “his infection as a weapon,” said Dallas police Senior Cpl. Kevin Janse.

Second snip: Mr. Thibodeaux is accused of putting a $4.79 package of Holmes Smokehouse sausage in his pants and walking past the cash register without paying.

| Sara Shepherd


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