Sometimes Karma catches up with bad people with evil in their hearts. In Gainesville, Georgia, police say Luis Sajbocho-Ordonez waited behind a business early Christmas morning to rob the joint. Instead, when he pulled a gun on an employee who emerged from the back door, he got into struggle over his gun. Then, when a second employee showed up, he fired a shot and ran like a scalded dog.
Unfortunately for Mr. Sajbocho-Ordonez, the unusually cold weather had left a patch of ice on the ground. He slipped and his face met pavement. That’s the story of the two employees, at least.
WJBF has the story . . .
The incident occurred on Christmas Day around 1 a.m. at a business on the 400 block of Atlanta Highway in Gainesville. Investigators say 30-year-old Luis Sajbocho-Ordonez allegedly hid behind the business, pulled a gun on an employee as they exited and demanded cash.
A physical altercation ensued between the employee and Sajbocho-Ordonez. Another employee exited the rear of the building, spooking Sajbocho-Ordonez, and causing him to fire a shot and run off. The shot did not hit anyone.
In an attempt to get away, Sajbocho-Ordonez fell on a patch of ice and hit his head. Witnesses were able to get two guns away from him while he was laying on the ground, injured.
Police arrived moments later and took Sajbocho-Ordonez into custody. He was treated on the scene and transported to Hall County Jail, charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault.
On their Facebook page, the Gainesville PD described the slippery encounter this way . . .
We’re glad none of the intended victims were injured. Hopefully paramedics carefully treated his wounds with plenty of rubbing alcohol to ensure Mr. Sajbocho-Ordonez’s wounds don’t become infected.