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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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Street thug Khaiuan Purnell probably won't be pulling any more armed robberies any time soon, as least in East Orange.

Purnell reportedly help up a Dollar Store at 10:00 a.m. on Monday morning.  An employee triggered the silent alarm which sent officers of the East Orange Police Department into action.


In less than a minute, police had responded to the store and had a description of Purnell. The city’s widespread anti-crime cameras began canvassing the area for a person matching the description – and that person was spotted heading east on Park Avenue, DiElmo said.

What happened next is caught on those same cameras. Officers converged on the area, and two detectives parked their car in front of the suspect, who began to run. Detective Anthony Peters runs out of the car and does a flying tackle in the middle of the street, sending the suspect’s gun flying out of his waistband. Police then cuff Purnell and take him to a patrol car.

This video below shows what happens when you commit an armed robbery in East Orange:






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