A carjacker in Albuquerque got the beating of his life when he tried to rob three football players after their practice.
Fox News reports that 20-year-old Angelo Drew Martinez asked the players for a ride around Loma Linda Community Center football field on August 11.
Despite one of the players saying he was “acting sketchy,” they agreed to give him a ride, but Martinez kept changing his mind about the destination. Eventually, at a stop in front of a house, Martinez allegedly pulled a gun on the boys and ordered them out of the car.
The boys, who were held at gunpoint, complied, but sprung into action when Martinez reportedly fumbled the gun. One of the players got back in the car and punched the alleged carjacker, and then the rest joined in until police arrived.
Police determined the gun wasn't real, but he was also carrying a note that read, “Give me the keys to your wip and a nobody get heart [sic. I know where you live so don’t make me kill.”
He has been charged with four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and attempt to commit a felony. His mugshot taken the night of the arrest is proof that he made a serious mistake by attempting to carjack football players.
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