Armed robbery reported at North Naples convenience store

The Collier County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who robbed a North Naples convenience store early Tuesday.

Nobody was injured in the robbery, which was reported at Circle K, 6615 Dudley Drive, at 1:42 a.m.

Detectives said a man walked into the store and purchased a cigar. He left the store and returned a short time later. He pulled a gun from his waistband, pointed it at the cashier and demanded money.

The cashier complied and the robber left the store, making off with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Detectives said the robber was described as black, approximately 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall, and around 150 pounds to 160 pounds with a thin build. He was wearing a gray sweatshirt, dark gray sweat pants, and a white and blue baseball hat

An investigation continues.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Collier County Sheriff's Office at 239.252.9300, or to remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward call Crime Stoppers at 1.800.780.8477.

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amuser writes:

Is this Steve Calkin's Circle K? Where is he when you need him? Out free!

wonderful (Inactive) writes:

I'm thinking that this is ok now if you need a smoke in the new obama manual, eh?

They got it: then you G----- other peoples' stuff!

YIKES! (in memory)

Z07 writes:

This can't be. He didn't do the crime. The gun did. Ban guns!!!!

Wouldn't this be a much more enjoyable read if the cashier splattered the perp all over the wall?

dogtiredboss writes:

Naples is going to hell in a hand gun basket.

SigSauer writes:

Just another case of racial profiling...... right!

Z07 writes:

in response to 2ndAmendment:

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NDN mostly censors people with a conservative lean. Liberals can say outrageous things on here and are usually left alone.

flvsmom writes:

in response to amuser:

Is this Steve Calkin's Circle K? Where is he when you need him? Out free!

Maybe not for long. Steven Calkins is once again in the National spotlight. Investigation Discovery just devoted a show to it and now Tyler Perry is actively involved speaking to anyone who will listen...radio, tv, attorneys, the FBI. It's trending all over the internet.

Too bad NDN completely missed the story.

Johnthepharmacist writes:

in response to Z07:

This can't be. He didn't do the crime. The gun did. Ban guns!!!!

Wouldn't this be a much more enjoyable read if the cashier splattered the perp all over the wall?

lol

MedComic1 writes:

Tyler Perry Outraged at The Handling Of A Missing Persons Investigation!
http://kingsmenmedia.com/2012/01/tyle...

Corporate writes:

in response to MedComic1:

Tyler Perry Outraged at The Handling Of A Missing Persons Investigation!
http://kingsmenmedia.com/2012/01/tyle...

Another "famous" person and there false outrage. Hey Tyler need a lift?

Coastal writes:

This wouldn't have happened if the was a big "NO GUNS" sign on the door.

comeonman writes:

in response to Corporate:

Another "famous" person and there false outrage. Hey Tyler need a lift?

BRIGID= corporate & medcomic1

MedComic1 writes:

in response to Corporate:

Another "famous" person and there false outrage. Hey Tyler need a lift?

Grammar?

"Another "famous" person and THERE false outrage. Hey Tyler need a lift?"

Is that "very articulate" statement you typed above an example of what little edjumuhkashin is required for years of stellar employment as a CCSO deputurd?

I'm feeling your intellectual pain and have included a link to help you!

Their vs There
http://www.diffen.com/difference/Thei...

The words there and their are different. Even though they sound alike (they are homophones), the words have different meanings. A good way to remember the difference between there and their is the mnemonic device The place "here" with a T is "there". While "there" refers to that place, "their" means belonging to them. For example, Their van was destroyed in the accident.

UR_Oblivious writes:

in response to MedComic1:

Grammar?

"Another "famous" person and THERE false outrage. Hey Tyler need a lift?"

Is that "very articulate" statement you typed above an example of what little edjumuhkashin is required for years of stellar employment as a CCSO deputurd?

I'm feeling your intellectual pain and have included a link to help you!

Their vs There
http://www.diffen.com/difference/Thei...

The words there and their are different. Even though they sound alike (they are homophones), the words have different meanings. A good way to remember the difference between there and their is the mnemonic device The place "here" with a T is "there". While "there" refers to that place, "their" means belonging to them. For example, Their van was destroyed in the accident.

Way to bring some journalistic credability to these blog postings, you really showed him! You were also able to bash CCSO at the same time, nice.
Too bad you still can't find someone to pay you for your superior editing skills. That personality and past just keeps getting in the way I bet...

I am feeling your mental pain and have included a link for you!

http://www.davidlawrencecenter.org/

Give it a rest nobody cares about what you have to say.

Chester writes:

Thanks dirty dick scott for creating all those 700,000 jobs, i.e bank robbery, armed robbery, prostitution, etc... What a loser!

bonlyjonly writes:

All clerks should carry, and shoot to kill.

drolds writes:

in response to John_Wesley_Hardin:

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At least you don't fib to us and tell us "you do know".

drolds writes:

Anything.

Corporate writes:

in response to MedComic1:

Grammar?

"Another "famous" person and THERE false outrage. Hey Tyler need a lift?"

Is that "very articulate" statement you typed above an example of what little edjumuhkashin is required for years of stellar employment as a CCSO deputurd?

I'm feeling your intellectual pain and have included a link to help you!

Their vs There
http://www.diffen.com/difference/Thei...

The words there and their are different. Even though they sound alike (they are homophones), the words have different meanings. A good way to remember the difference between there and their is the mnemonic device The place "here" with a T is "there". While "there" refers to that place, "their" means belonging to them. For example, Their van was destroyed in the accident.

If any one needs a ride to a one way ride to a Circle k it's you. Your anger however does put a smile on my face.

I think of you and your troll blogger buddies everytime I get my big fat pension check direct deposited into my bank account.

Now how's that for an edgeamaction?

wonderful (Inactive) writes:

in response to Corporate:

If any one needs a ride to a one way ride to a Circle k it's you. Your anger however does put a smile on my face.

I think of you and your troll blogger buddies everytime I get my big fat pension check direct deposited into my bank account.

Now how's that for an edgeamaction?

Corporate is people, too!

G-----

profiler writes:

No doubt there was a coverup by the sheriff department! Out of curiosity...if you take a shotgun and blow someone in half...is that murder? NOT IF YOU ARE ABOVE THE LAW. They found the new orleans police that shot unarmed people down like animals not guilty of murder. This should really make everyone proud...and serve as another example of a totalitarian gestapo police state....spitting on people and any alleged rights they may have. You have NO rights in nazi amerika. Get educated...see the truth..and accept it. Everything...EVERYTHING the government says is a lie. The u s governments if the most sophisticated criminal terrorist organization in the world. This is why so many people...the ones that have seen the truth..now say to hell with this nazi police state. I hope I live to see the day there is an atomic cloud over washington DC..and the biggest criminals in the world hopefully dead.

malcolmlandry writes:

It is very racist to call the criminal a "black". It would be much more appropriate to call it Chicago American, Baltimore American, Nigerian American, New Orleans American or a variation of that.

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