Little Caesars Shift Takes a Dark Turn in Florida

No Bail for Man Accused of Robbing and Assaulting Little Caesars Staff

A guy named Jake Lemanski, who is 34, is accused of robbing a Little Caesars Pizza in Pembroke Pines with a gun on a Saturday night at around 10:30 p.m.

Lemanski apparently went into the restaurant all dressed in black, wearing gloves and a ski mask to hide his face. During the robbery, he allegedly hit an employee with a gun and took off with stolen money.

Thankfully, the employee wasn’t seriously hurt.

After the robbery, Lemanski supposedly tried to run away from the police, but he didn’t get far. He crashed into a median wall near County Line Road and the Florida Turnpike.

The police caught him and put him in custody.

Because of his previous criminal record, Lemanski won’t be allowed to get out on bail and will stay in jail. The legal process will likely continue with him facing charges for what happened in this incident.

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