The assistant manager of a Seattle Jack in the Box was arrested last month after police concluded that she had staged a robbery at the store. Michelle Meisner initially claimed to be a victim of two men who pistol-whipped her and held up the restaurant for $7,000. Prosecutors say she told the accomplices to beat her up to make it look as if she was not part of the robbery. But detectives who reviewed the store’s surveillance footage said the evidence did not add up. And then a tipster told ...
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