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Alleged Would-be Spider-Man Robber Chased Off By Clerk

October 20, 2011 by staff 

Alleged Would-be Spider-Man Robber Chased Off By ClerkAlleged Would-be Spider-Man Robber Chased Off By Clerk, A would-be thief with a mask of Spider-Man was beaten by employees of the shops this morning when he tried to assault with a deadly weapon a convenience store with a sword, Onslow County Sheriff Ed Brown said.

Foughty Dale, 56, of Wilmington Highway, has been accused by the Office of the Onslow County Sheriff with the attempted armed robbery, assault with a deadly weapon causing serious injury and damage to personal property. His bail was set at 100,000 y.

Foughty, presumably with a mask of Spider-Man, put a sword samurai face a female employee and said “Give me your money and I will not hurt you,” said Onslow County Sheriff Ed Brown in a press release.

Instead, the secretary of the women hit the suspect in the stomach with a broomstick.

“The store clerk then entered a total defense of his life and Spider-Man defense entered a total of attempted robbery,” said Brown.

Another store employee joined in the fight and is powered by Foughty.

“It was at this time the suspect dressed as Spider-Man had his mask ripped off and part of her ponytail pulled-out hair,” said Brown. “The suspect, now unmasked, was struggling to survive, he escaped and ran from the store.”

An investigation detectives to a nearby house where they found Foughty with a head freshly shaven, Brown said.

“His hair was all over a table in the living room, but the suspect was unable to get rid of the bumps on the head that fell by the broomstick,” said Brown.

When booking Foughty seemed pained by the blows received by the clerks, said Brown.

Detectives are investigating whether the attempted robbery today is related to other recent robberies in Spider-Man Wilmington.

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