In Other News: A Father and Son Are Busted For Stealing Lottery Tickets When They Try to Cash One in at the Same Store

| January 29, 2016

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I don’t think this counts as good father-son bonding time.

54-year-old Robert Carbonell of Port Orange, Florida and his 28-year-old son Robert Carbonell Jr. went to a convenience store last week and stole some lottery tickets.

Robert Sr. distracted the clerk while Robert Jr. jumped over the counter and stole $300 in scratchers.

And guess what? One of their tickets was a $90 winner.

But Robert Sr. went back to the SAME convenience store to cash it in . . . the manager recognized him from the surveillance tape of the robbery . . . and called the cops.

So both of the Carbonells were arrested for felony retail theft.

Daytona Beach News-Journal

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  1. Rex Reed says:

    Stupid.