At approximately 1 a.m. Tuesday morning, a Subway restaurant in Camden was broken into and burglarized.
The suspect(s) gained entry to the business by breaking the front glass window.
Whoever it was got away with a whopping $150.00 in cash from the register. But that’s all the “dough” the perps were interested in.
No footlongs were compromised.
(the editor would now like to take a brief sidestep away from journalistic ethics for the sake of the community)
“This has gotten out of hand, and it shows no sign of slowing down. So, i’m just gonna leave this nice tid-bit of information for the small handfull of business owners in this town who have NOT yet experienced a break-in. …”
2013 addition by Alabama Legislature
A person is also justified in the use of deadly force against someone who is “using or about to use physical force against an owner, employee, or other person authorized to be on business property when the business is closed to the public while committing or attempting to commit a crime involving death, serious physical injury, robbery, kidnapping, rape, sodomy, or a crime of a sexual nature involving a child under the age of 12.
“Don’t be made a fool. Protect yourself. Protect your family. Protect your business.