Two Houston Women Accused Of Robbing Man Of His Jay Z Tickets & Running Him Over
Denitra Sherrelle Green and Cessica Desha Darden are accused of robbing a man for his Jay Z tickets and then running him over.
Two Houston-area women are being accused of robbing a man for his tickets to a Jay Z concert and then running him over, according to local10.com.
Denitra Sherrelle Green (pictured at right) and Cessica Desha Darden allegedly robbed a man, who is not identified in the report, of his tickets to Jay Z’s December 19 performance at the Toyota Center in Houston, which he was selling through Craigslist, according to court documents, per local10.com.
Green and Darden, both 20, have been charged with aggravated robbery, local10.com says. Their bond is $30,000 each.
Green, Darden and the man allegedly agreed to meet at a Starbucks. The women then asked the man to meet them outside because Darden's baby was in the backseat of their vehicle, the story says.
The man and his girlfriend approached the vehicle and leaned into the car. Green then accelerated the car, the local10.com story says.
According to investigators, the man became stuck in the window and grabbed onto the door and pulled his feet off the ground as the car left the parking lot.
While the vehicle was in motion, Darden kicked the man’s arm to try to get him out of the vehicle. The man eventually fell off of the vehicle and was then run over, according to court documents, as reported by local10.com.
“The man suffered a broken left arm, broken right hand, broken right leg, a torn right knee and severe road rash to his face and body,” according to court documents, as reported by local10.com. "Doctors told police the man may need plastic surgery, may not have full use of his now-deformed fingers and may not be able to walk the same as before the incident."
The man and his girlfriend picked Green and Darden out of a group of photos provided by police and an investigator said Green and Darden attended the Jay Z concert and sat in the seats from the stolen tickets, local10.com says.