Friday, January 14, 2011


Boynton Beach, Florida (SafeCITY) - Jeffrey Baldwin, 37, Kendal Lowry, 26, and David Tucker, 24, were arrested Wednesday after they allegedly dressed in women's clothing, robbed a Home Depot and then used pepper spray in an attempt to elude store security.

According to police, three men (two of them dressed as women), used pepper spray in an attempt to flee store security officers after they were allegedly caught stealing from the store.

Tucker was dressed in a yellow tank top and "skinny" pants, while Lowry opted for a pink shirt, jean skirt and flip flops. Baldwin apparently opted to dress like a boy, perhaps because his mustache was far too cool to shave off.

Investigators say the cross-dressing bandits used pepper spray after store security officers confronted them over the theft. Many customers were also struck by pepper spray during the melee.

The men attempted to flee in a Ford Exploder, but were stopped by police before making it out of the parking lot.

Baldwin was charged with robber with a weapon.

Lowry was charged with robbery with a weapon, aggravated battery with a weapon and aggravated batter on a person 65 or older.

Tucker was charged with robber with a weapon, possession of an anti-shoplifting device, and aggravated battery on a person 65 or older.

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