A nurse, a regular customer of video poker and lottery stores in Houston County, robbed by a trio of armed bandits last week, was accused of stealing a lottery ticket from the store shortly after the clerk was fatally injured.
Lakiesha Deshawn McGhee, 43, from Bonaire, was arrested Monday on suspicion of theft for stealing and tampering with evidence. The charges have nothing to do with the deadly shootings and robbers that McGee himself sacrificed.
According to investigators, associate nurse McGee called 911 before dawn on January 18, after one of the shooters shot dead a clerk. Sabrina Reneedle, 43A refurbished home, also known as the Nodis Hall Gift Shop, in a small office at a J & J discount store.
shop, Customers can play video poker Buy the lottery and it’s about 250 feet north of Watson Boulevard, 0.5 miles east of Carl Vinson Parkway, along Nodis Hall Drive.
In a statement on Friday announcing McGee’s arrest, Houston Sheriff Captain John Holland said McGee was in the store when the bandits rushed in.
Robbery and shooting Recorded with a security camera..
A Dutch statement also said Maggie sought help shortly after the clerk’s shooting.
“But we found evidence that (McGhee) had deleted the lottery from the office where the victim was found,” the statement said. “Also, McGhee briefly turned off the building’s security system before law enforcement and other first responders arrived.”
The statement did not mention the value of the lottery that McGee allegedly put in his pocket.
The Netherlands told the Telegraph on Friday evening on the phone that Maggie seemed to have checked the clerk’s wounds just before the police arrived and before taking the ticket.
A stick-up video footage shared publicly by investigators (still looking for the culprit) was video poker by McGee and another woman when the shooter walked around 12:15 am on January 18. Showed that you are near the machine.
McGee, in a pinkish sweatshirt, sat down and had a handful of cash. Apparently one of the shooters looking at the money straddled with a plastic bag in his hand. McGee and the woman standing beside her put the money they had in a bag.
A second or two later, one of the other shooters who had previously infiltrated the store’s office 20 feet away fired and killed the clerk.