Tonight on Red Robin: ‘The Baboon Bunch!’
Here’s the story-of a gang of niggers
Who went to rob the local Lilburn bank
All of them had primate faces-like gorillas
Their tiny brains were blank
Here’s the story-of an education
Wasted on a pack of feral apes
They just can’t be-assimilated
They like to loot and rape
Now this brood sow and its chimps are Whitey’s burden
And Red Robin readers have much more than a hunch
That this race consists of violent low-life felons
That’s why we call them all the Baboon Bunch
The Baboon Bunch-The Baboon Bunch
“Dat be duh way dat we iz-Da Baboon Bunch!”
LILBURN — A bizarre Lilburn bank robbery involving a mother, her teenage son and two of his friends ended in a police chase, a crash and four arrests Friday.
Lilburn police said that 35-year-old Tawander Simmons of Stone Mountain checked her 17-year-old son out of Stephenson High School in DeKalb County Friday morning, taking two of his classmates along with them.
At about 9 a.m., officials say they were pulling a bank job in Lilburn.
The three teenagers entered the Wells Fargo Bank at 5505 Lawrenceville Highway, brandishing at least one handgun and demanding money from a teller, Lilburn police spokesman Deputy Chief Bruce Hedley said.
After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, they fled on foot to Simmons waiting in the getaway car about 300 yards away. Unfortunately for them, a witness in the bank parking lot quickly contacted law enforcement, describing their red Toyota Corolla.
“We were able to intercept them fairly quickly,” Hedley said.
Simmons behind the wheel, the quartet proceeded to lead Lilburn police officers on a high-speed chase.
Hedley said the suspects and pursuing officers reached speeds between 90 and 100 miles per hour as they raced down Lawrenceville Highway and a series of backroads to get to U.S. Highway 78. The culprits managed to get onto Interstate 285 South, exiting at East Ponce De Leon Avenue in DeKalb County.
That’s when the chase came to a screeching halt.
“They exited at about 90 miles an hour and came to a T-intersection,” Hedley said. “They were just going way too fast. They ultimately went into a ditch and up a small hill and actually slammed into a CSX railroad track and got stuck.”
After the 10-minute, 10-mile chase, all four suspects were apprehended at the scene and taken to Gwinnett County Jail: Simmons; son Benny Brice, 17; Glen Broon, 18, of Lithonia; and David Rawlins, 17, of Lithonia.
All were charged with armed robbery. More charges stemming from the police chase may be coming, Hedley said.
Two suspects suffered “superficial wounds” to the face after airbags deployed during the crash, Hedley said. A handgun was also recovered in the vehicle.
Even after interviewing Simmons, officials said they weren’t sure if the robbery had been planned all along when she checked the trio of students out of school Friday morning.
“She wouldn’t tell us why,” Hedley said.