St. Louis Man Robber and Beaten While Eating at Restaurant

It was reported that a guy was assaulted and robbed in the middle of the night at a restaurant in South St. Louis.

Thursday at The Buttery on the 3600 block of Grand Boulevard was the scene of the incident, which began at about 1:15 a.m.

The victim, a 30-year-old man, was allegedly hit in the face as he ate, according to a criminal summary report from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. According to reports, the suspect complained that the victim was involved in an earlier incident with him.

According to the victim, two assailants then threatened him with a gun before stealing his bag, which included cash and other valuables.

The victim’s face swelled, but he declined medical treatment. Not long after the heist, he departed from the eatery and contacted the authorities.

At this moment, the police have chosen not to comment on any possible arrests. SLMPD is conducting the inquiry.

Food establishments in St. Louis are becoming increasingly dangerous.

A man from St. Louis was found guilty of a series of robberies in which he targeted fast-food restaurants.

33-year-old Kammeron Davis was in the middle of a string of crimes in September 2020, including three robberies and an attempted robbery at fast food joints.

At Wednesday’s federal court hearing, the jury found Davis guilty on seven counts, including three for robbery, one for attempted robbery, and three for using a handgun to commit a violent felony.

At trial, it was established that during the heists, Davis brandished firearms at workers, jumped over counters, and stole from cash registers. A car he used to flee the scene of the crime was also recorded, according to authorities.

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Davis is facing a mandatory 21-year prison sentence for the firearm crimes and is expected to be sentenced on his federal counts in October.