Woman Robbed Outside Home At Gunpoint

Two men who robbed a Lexington woman at gunpoint late Wednesday night are on the loose.

The victim says she was outside the home on Anniston Drive, off Eastland Parkway, when the two men approached her.

They demanded money then the woman told them her money was inside the home.

The robbers forced her inside the home, where they got away with cash.

One of the men had a shotgun.

At one point, the gunman hit the woman in the face or head with the gun.

She didn't go to the hospital.

Both of the suspects are between 18 and 19-years-old.

The gunman is described as a black man wearing a white sweat shirt and black pants.

Both suspects ran from the scene.


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  • by JACKI Location: MY TOWN on Aug 14, 2008 at 06:19 PM
    STUPID~! tOO BAD SHE DIDN'T HAVE A SHOT GUN OF HER OWN IN THERE AND SHOT THEM DEAD. ALWAYS REMEMBER KARMA!
  • by Anonymous on Aug 14, 2008 at 01:32 PM
    Why did she tell them her money was in the house??? Hello????
  • by Just A thought. Location: Richmond on Aug 14, 2008 at 01:30 PM
    Fnord -- It's not only the black culture glorifying the "gangsta" mentality. It's white, Hispanic, all races. Why? Because they think it's "cool". Nobody takes the time to teach these kids that it's alot cooler, to just be themselves. We live in a world of too many followers, not enough leaders. Kids aren't being taught by their parents that it's ok NOT to get into trouble, that it's ok to want a better life than they have currently. And, it doesn't help that parents are leaving their child rearing up to the television. Flip through those channels sometime, how many "gangstas" did you see? When it comes to our young, no matter the race, it's a game of Monkey see, Monkey do. Want kids to be better people? Then start trying to be a role model to kids you know, show them the right way. It's never too late to start trying to make a change in something that needs changing.
  • by MY Location: KY on Aug 14, 2008 at 12:15 PM
    I am not black, and it is not back mentality. I know of plenty of bad white kids who are into drugs and do the same stupid kind of thing. It is a stupid teenage thing that unfortunately, some people never grow out of. It is also probably a "drug" thing.
  • by Chris Location: Lexington on Aug 14, 2008 at 11:52 AM
    fnord, the police cannot be everywhere at anytime! They have other areas they patrol in. And it wouldn't matter if we had patrols on every street there would still be crime. It's just a component to life. Does your job expect you to be in 30 different places at one time? Didn't think so.
  • by fnord Location: Lexington on Aug 14, 2008 at 09:45 AM
    When are police going to begin better patrolling these high crime areas?? This stuff shouldn't happen in Lexington. I feel so sorry that this lady had to go through this. Why is it that black culture glorifies this kind of "gangsta" mentality?

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