Ghetto ape Damari Wayne has done a lot of carjackings during his 18 years of life. Sadly for him, the last one he tried was a failure since he hadn’t learned to drive with a clutch.
Damari would be executed as a violent career criminal in a sane society. As it is, he’ll do a stretch in Negro State University, graduate with honors, and learn his craft well.
Then comes another crime spree and more prison time.
Save us all the trouble and execute him now.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — An 18-year-old man accused of committing three armed carjackings in a 10-day span was arrested because he didn’t know how to drive stick shift, according to court records.
Damari Wayne, 18, is charged with three counts of aggravated robbery. He is being held in the city jail on $100,000 bond and his case was bound over to a Cuyahoga County grand jury on Friday.
Wayne stole three cars at gunpoint between Feb. 11 through Feb. 21, according to police. He committed two armed carjackings in one hour on Feb. 21 after posting bond in the Feb. 11 case.
He stole the first car the evening of Feb. 11 from a 35-year-old man who went to the CVS at West Boulevard and Dennison Avenue to return a movie to the Redbox, police said. Four people surrounded the man, one took the man’s keys and two hopped in the 2004 Nissan and sped away, according to reports.
Wayne was charged Feb. 13 and posted $10,000 bond the next day.
He committed two armed carjackings in one hour on Feb. 21, police said.
He and a 17-year-old boy approached a woman getting out of her car about 9:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Walgreen’s pharmacy on Lorain Avenue and Rocky River Drive. The teen put an airsoft pellet gun to the woman’s side and said: “Hold up, you know what time it is,” according to court records.
The teen jumped into the passenger seat of the car and Wayne jumped in the driver’s seat. The pair sped off in the car, court records say.
About an hour later, the duo carjacked a 23-year-old man sitting in his car on the side of West 145th Street between Cleminshaw Road and St. James Avenue, police reports say.
The teen threatened to kill the man if he didn’t get out of his car, police reports say. The man complied and Wayne grabbed the man’s cellphone, police reports say.
The 17-year-old got in the driver’s seat, but couldn’t drive a stick shift. The teen pointed the gun at the 23-year-old man while the man tried to explain how use the gears, according to court records.
The teen eventually gave up the duo ran off with the man’s cellphone, police reports say. Police tracked the stolen cellphone to the RTA rapid station at the Puritas-West 150th Street stop, according to police reports.
Officers requested the RTA lock the train doors and stay put until they arrived. Police arrested the duo. Officers found an airsoft pellet gun, the 23-year-old man’s phone and the keys to both stolen cars in the train, according to police reports.
Liberals think this problem can be fixed by throwing more money into the bottomless ghetto hole. A firing squad and a dollars worth of lead is a better, cheaper fix.
Bye, bye, Damari. It wasn’t nice knowing you.