Man indicted after Sonic Drive-In robbery

Man indicted after Sonic Drive-In robbery

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Grand jurors true bill 26-year-old Joe Garcia for aggravated robbery.

Investigators say he was involved in robbing the Sonic Drive-In at 72nd and Quaker.

Police say he and three other suspects tried to pay for their food with a debit card but when it was denied witnesses say the car just sped off.

While it was driving away, a car-hop jumped on the hood of the car to avoid getting hit by it.

She even tried breaking the windshield with her coin dispenser, but jumped off when the car stopped. She was OK.


 

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