Suitcase on porch and kicked in door at EZ Bail Bonds on North Washington.
Local Bail Bonds Company Robbed, LIVINGSTON, December 21, 2010 - Shortly before midnight on December 20, 2010, A&A EZ Bail Bonds in Livingston was victimized in a break in robbery. According to manager Jeannie Barnett a man by the name of Justin Richman (aged 27 - 30) demanded that Barnett let him in the business. Barnett refused and Richman kicked the door in and grabbed a money bag with only a check for $50 inside and got away. Barnett stated that Richman had briefly worked for the Bail Bonds company to pay off a bond for stalking. She stated that some of his belongings were in the building packed in suit cases when he was demanding entry. Barnett told him to look in the back of the building. When Richman went around to look, she opened the front door placing his belongings on the front porch. When Richman returned to the front, he demanded entry and Barnett refused. According to Barnett, Richman was drunk and threatened to hold her hostage. He then kicked the door in and Barnett ran out the back door screaming for help. Richman grabbed the money bag and allegedly fled on foot. Officers from Livingston Police Department were dispatched to the scene of the crime while a search of the area was underway by Livingston Police and Deputies from the Polk County Sheriff's Office. At time of press, Justin Richman has not yet been found. Barnett stated that Richman sometimes resides under the Choates Creek Bridge on US-146 in town.