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A woman stole a battery charger from a CVS in Pennsylvania last week and she pulled a KNIFE when an employee caught her.  But when the cops got there, she said it was all just a, quote, “social experiment.”  They didn’t buy that excuse, and she was arrested for felony robbery.


Pa. woman's 'social experiment' with knife ends in felony charge

A woman accused of pulling a knife at a CVS store in northeastern Pennsylvania allegedly told police all should be forgiven because it was just a "social experiment." Instead, Rosaria Helyn DeAngelo, 33, is facing a felony count of robbery and misdemeanor counts of simple assault, weapons possession, possessing an offensive weapon and retail theft in the incident, according to the Citizens Voice.