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Gunman Hungry for Seconds Returns to Restaurant, Gets Arrested, Say Mass. Cops

(CBS/AP)
Gunman Hungry for Seconds Returns to Restaurant, Gets Arrested, Say Mass. Cops
(CBS/AP)

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (CBS/AP) Police in western Massachusetts say a man who robbed a food delivery driver wasn't satisfied - so he returned to the restaurant for seconds, whereupon he was arrested.

Here's how it allegedly went down.

Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney says police 23-year-old Edward Blatch, and an accomplice, held up a driver from Fu Restaurant at gunpoint when he made a delivery in September. Police say they stole the food they'd ordered, plus $200, a cell phone and a high school class ring, for good measure.

Apparently hungry for more trouble, Blatch then went to the restaurant looking for a second helping, but police say the delivery driver recognized him. The driver and cooks surrounded Blatch and held him up until officers arrived.

Blatch was scheduled to be arraigned on armed robbery in Springfield District Court.