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Woman hands cashier $15 as gift after she robbed the place at gunpoint

By Mason White 11:36 AM April 4, 2014
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By: Anika Rao
A woman robbed a store and gave the clerk beer and money as a token of her appreciation.

34-years-old Enjoli Norde, robbed a convenience store in Seattle, Washington, at gunpoint and then rewarded the clerk.

Norde entered the 7-Eleven just before midnight on Sunday. She made herself a coffee and walked up to the counter. She asked the clerk “Do you love Jesus” and then pointed a gun at the clerk, according to court documents.

Norde threatened to kill the clerk and demanded cash. The clerk handed over $150. At that point, Norde warned her that if she called police “I’ll come back and kill you.”

Norde later returned to the store, pointed a gun at the employee and asked her about her favorite beer.

Norde then reportedly grabbed that beer for the employee and asked for a pack of cigarettes. The woman left a few bottles of beer on the counter along with $15 – and said “something for you.”

Norde was not done with her night of crime. She went to the apartment where her mother and grandmother lived, and threatened to shoot them while demanding prescription drugs.

The two women told police that Norde had been known to use methamphetamine in the past. When police arrested Norde, she was found with a pellet gun, cigarettes and cash.

When officers arrested the woman she was screaming and asked an officer if he believed in Jesus. She also said that she loved the Lord. Norde was charged with theft and harassment.