Madison Police Respond to Robbery at Captain D’s

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MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) – Madison Police are investigating a robbery.

Police responded to Captain D’s restaurant on Madison Boulevard just after 10:30 p.m. Friday.

Officers say a man walked in armed with a handgun and robbed the restaurant.

Police say no one was injured during the incident.  Police are continuing to look for the offender.


    • lindamo27

      So sorry for what you are going through. It is never easy trying to help those who have been harmed by others. God bless you and yours and from what I read no one was physically injured, and that is good, but sometimes the emotional scars are worse than the physical ones.

  • Linda Moberg

    T. who cares when anyone is victimized! I do and many others who have a heart, feelings, and care about what happens in AND around their communities. Just think the next time it could be you or your family. Did you read about the home invasion where there were 2 murders in Huntsville? Did you see that someone was killed outside the building and another inside. My family has been affected by someone murdering 2 of our family members. One was in July ’12, when the father of my son-in-law decided to kill his own son! My son-in-law left a wife, 36 yrs old and a 2 yr old son. He was 37, but again I guess you don’t care. Then several years ago my husband’s cousin was murdered by her husband, she had been in an abusive marriage for many years. She had tried leaving but he threatened her and the family when she did. She, like many women, felt she couldn’t leave for fear for her family. Well he pulled guns on her many times and pulled the trigger just to get her reaction. The last time he did it he killed her in front of their very young son. His mother is now dead and his father, thank God, is in jail. In Virginia if you use a gun it is automatically a 3 yr sentence with no parole you will serve it all. Then he got like 80 some years and must serve at least, I believe, 80% of the sentence BEFORE parole. He will be well into his 80s. I pray that they don’t let him go any sooner as there is now talk he is ready for Medicare and they may release. Too bad. Don’t give him Medicare unless he paid enough into it and make him work for his health like the rest of us! You sound like a heartless person who thinks the world revolves around them and anyone else is non-essential. Too bad you are really missing out on meeting some really nice people.

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