by: Liz Artz Updated:
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - A woman who police said went on a Thanksgiving night robbery spree is now behind bars in Fulton County. She faces nearly a dozen charges in two metro Atlanta
Warner Wilson had never been held at gunpoint in his 76 years until Thanksgiving night. He told Channel 2's Liz Artz he was leaving McCormick's
Wilson told Artz he didn't think anything about it until that person pulled a gun on him, making demands in
The robber also demanded his cellphone and keys. He complied and said
In fact, Wilson thought it was a man pointing a pistol at him until the
Wilson said she was nearly
An hour later and
He told Artz when she demanded money it caught him off guard.
Funderburke said, "Are you serious?"
He saw the gun, complied and then called police. Minutes later Farrah
Dunwoody police said when Austin bonds out of the Fulton County jail they will immediately transport her to the DeKalb County jail. Wilson said he had a
Police said they found both men's wallets in the car she was driving.