St. Louis attorney arms law office after car thefts

THE LOCAL LAWYER known for his verbal barrages announces he is now arming his staff, after a series of car thefts from the firm's office at Big Bend and Highway 40 in Richmond Heights
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Defense attorney Al Watkins announces that his law firm is "locked and loaded" after a series of cart thefts.

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Watkins says he's arming his personnel, after a thief stole one lawyer's pickup truck from their lot at Big Bend and Highway 40.

A frustrated Watkins says Richmond Heights police "don't have the resources" to go after car thieves, so he's taking counter measures.

Watkins says he is offering his employees firearms training and the handgun of their choice. "We invite local car thieves to stop by and give us a try," Watkins says in a press release, "Do not underestimate our commitment to create immediate carnage of those who feel lucky."

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