Terrell Holley was allegedly pretty busy on Sunday night.
Terrell Holley, 17, is allegedly one of the hardest-working teens in St. Louis. While most of us the city slept Sunday night, Holley was purportedly committing a one-man crime wave that stretched from downtown to the Central West End to South Hampton and finally ended in Goodfellow Terrace.
Holley's evening of larceny allegedly began at 1:15 p.m. near Eighth and Walnut streets, when he held up two women in a black Jeep. Police say Holley ordered them out of the Jeep but to leave a purse in the vehicle, and threatened to shoot them if they didn't comply. Considering recent crimes in town
, the women obeyed. Holley than allegedly took off in the Jeep.
Police say Holley next struck in the 4900 block of Buckingham Court in the Central West End near 2:45 a.m., when he drove slowly by a woman who was out walking. Holley allegedly jumped out of the Jeep, demanded the woman's backpack and cell phone, and fled once again in the vehicle.