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Texas man charged with stealing ATM raped for stealing ATMs

A Houston rapper who allegedly rapped about ATM theft in one of his songs was one of four people arrested for allegedly robbing an ATM technician.

In a press release, the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department announced that Ladesion Riley, 30, Darius Dugas, 27, Sashondre Dugas, 32, and Christopher Alton, 27, were arrested on June 6 for allegedly “conspired to rob an ATM technician”. while he was servicing a Bank of America’ machine in Nashville. The Houston Police Union said in a tweet that Riley is a rapper who rapped about ATM theft.

The Nashville Metropolitan Police Department (MNPD) said around 10:40 a.m. two members of the group approached behind the technician in the 600 block of Thompson Lane and ordered him to ” don’t do anything stupid and don’t give the money.

The crew fled the scene and police determined that a Hyundai Elantra used as a getaway car in the heist was a rental from Hertz, the statement said.

“WeUsing information provided by Hertz, detectives, with the assistance of aviation units, discovered the Hyundai and an accompanying brown Jeep parked at Motel 6 in Dickson,” the MNPD noted. “Detectives saw what appeared to be cash being loaded into the Jeep.

Riley and the two Dugas allegedly got into the Jeep while Alton got into the Hyundai, and as the cars began to pull away from the motel, the Dickson Police Department surged in with the help of the MNPD and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The four were apprehended “without incident” after pulling over and authorities recovered the money.

The four face federal charges and the FBI has launched an investigation into whether the four have committed similar thefts in other locations, the MNPD said.

In a social media post, the Houston Police Officers Union noted that Riley is a rapper who goes by the name “213 Jugg God” and has a song called “Make it Home,” which the union says is about the theft of ATMs out of state. .

“IRONY: When you do a rap song called ‘Make It Home,’ about banking and hitting out-of-state ATMs, and you don’t go home…” the union said in a tweet, accompanied by three laughing emojis.

“Ladesion ‘Jugg god’ Riley has brought the whole gang bad luck,” the tweet continued, adding, “We are we will miss these four so much.

“Out of state, dodging jakes, running with Florida plates. I hit the road and got that money in about 40 states,” the song begins.

The union further said Riley was on bail at the time of the incident “for a pending arrest for escape in a motor vehicle charge.” A photo showing a long rap sheet accompanied the tweet.

They also noted that Darius Dugas was free on bail for a felon in possession of a firearm.

The Austin, Texas Police Department sent out a press release on Thursday explaining that “jugging” refers to when a suspect follows a victim from a bank or ATM to a secondary location and asks for the victim’s money.


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