Meet Mary Kilpatrick. Kilpatrick, 23, posed for the mugshot above following a 3-hour standoff with the Dekalb County SWAT team.
The young woman refused to surrender to authorities Tuesday evening after she ALLEGEDLY kidnapped and robbed a man she’d met on a dating site designated for Sugar Daddies.
Details about this ‘Sugar Daddy’ date gone wrong below…
[FYI – that’s the same website that offered RHOA Porsha Williams a deal a few months back (click HERE if you missed that). But I digress.]
The ‘Sugar Daddy’ drove from South Carolina to Atlanta earlier this week to meet up with Mary Kilpatrick, whose screenname on the site is Moca26.
Police say Kilpatrick and another female friend met the victim at a gas station on Covington Highway, where she immediately pulled a gun on the man.
First thing they made him do was get a room at a motel on Covington Highway. Then they “demanded him to drive around. They drove to several locations, ATMs and businesses, where they made him withdraw currency from his accounts,” said Detective Courtney Brown with the DeKalb County Police Department.
When the ‘Sugar Daddy’ met his daily ATM withdrawal limits, the suspects took him to a grocery store on South Hairston Road to attempt to get more cash. That’s when the ‘Sugar Daddy’ got a security guard’s attention, and told him the suspects were holding him hostage at gunpoint.
The next day, authorities identified the stolen car at Kilpatrick’s apartment at Waterford Manor on Covington Highway.
“When they attempted to knock on the door, she refused to answer, after several attempts, a search warrant was obtained from the magistrate court,” Brown said.
After several hours of attempted negotiations, the SWAT team moved in and used several canisters of gas to breach the front door of the unit, Fore said.
After a two-hour standoff with the SWAT team, police found Kilpatrick hiding inside a box in the apartment.
They arrested her and charged her with armed robbery and kidnapping. Police are still seeking the identity of Kilpatrick’s accomplice.
What do you think of this bizarre online dating story?