PSL online snap chat goes south

PSL online snap chat goes south

Port St Lucie, Fla- An online snap chat sale went terribly wrong. Port St Lucie police were called to Westgate K-8 school to investigate a robbery Saturday evening. Authorities say that the seller made arrangements to sell a pair of shoes and headphones for $100. The seller and the buyer, identified by police as a 17-year old teenager, met at the school to complete the transaction. The teen took the items and handed the seller a $100 bill. The seller realized that the money was counterfeit, and reached into the teen’s car to try and get his items back. The driver of the car accelerated, dragging the seller about 1,000 feet. Police eventually caught up to and arrested the teenager. The police department is reminding everyone that they have a safe environment set up right outside of the police station specifically for online transactions.


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