Skip to comments.Cops: Rapper gets $230K Watch, Chains Stolen at Cracker Barrel in Fulton
Posted on 03/01/2019 1:34:10 PM PST by Cecily
A rappers lunch at a Cracker Barrel in sleepy Fairburn on Thursday ended with a broken SUV window and nearly half-a-million-dollars worth of belongings stolen, police say.
Fairburn polices Deputy Chief Anthony Bazydlo confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Young Dolph, a 33-year-old Memphis rapper, had two chains valued at $84,000 and a $230,000 watch along with a gun stolen out of a vehicle.
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Awww chit..*batish batish*
” ....along with a gun stolen out of a vehicle....” Time for the all too obvious TV fiction cop show question-———”Was the gun registered?”
Fairburn is as bad as Stockbridge or Jonesboror with the same bad demographic elements.
This reporter must never get outside the perimeter.
I would never leave high value items in my vehicle. Never. Rookie move.
Say what you will about these rappers, but they sure do know high finance and how to invest. (/s)
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Urschel has bachelor’s (4.0 GPA) and master’s degrees in mathematics from Penn State and is pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics from MIT. Urschel is focused on spectral graph theory, numerical linear algebra and machine learning. He has published peer-reviewed articles in mathematics. He is an advanced stats columnist for The Players’ Tribune.
“After the end of my rookie season in the NFL in 2014, my decision to put off grad school began to eat away at me,” Urschel wrote on the Players’ Tribune website. “I had always prided myself on not sacrificing football for math, or math for football. And yet, during my first offseason, when I was honest with myself, I knew I wasn’t pushing myself to become the best mathematician I could be. I had more to learn. I wanted to grow.”
Seems to be THE question on nearly every cop show when a gun is involved. Some places yeah, most places, not yet.
I’m betting most of the items are still in his safe at home. What fool leaves $500,000 in jewelry in a car?
I suspect the insurance was the point.
This is MAGA country!
I'm a firm believer in property rights; that said, it's stupid to pay that kind of money for bling and even stupider to leave it in your car.
Yes, it could be an insurance scam. I wonder if all that jewelry was paid for, or if he still owes on a loan taken out to buy it.
I smell a set up. Real big insurance claim there.
Is he a felon? Can he legally have a firearm?
There's something seriously wrong when you're wearing a $230k watch to a Cracker Barrel in the first place.
Butt ugly suv. Says rob me on plates.
I wonder if the thief will try to sell the watch. If so, he might as well skip Bo Diddley’s pawn shop.
i am suspicious of any rapper eating at a “cracka” barrel.
i smollett setup.
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