Man Who Beat Woman To Death Before A Gas Station Robbery, ARRESTED


A guy who had been accused of beating a woman to death was detained by the police.

Anthony Randle, 50, is accused of attacking 39-year-old Charity Crim, that had been finding saturated in blood in a street early November 1 while they were hunting or the accused in his alleged part in gas station robbery.

She spent over two weeks in Parkland Memorial Hospital in a really acute and critical illness.

Officers were called approximately 2:45 a.m. Nov. 1 into some hold-up call in the RaceTrac gas station in the 2500 block of Inwood Road, in which a guy punched a worker at the head and stole cigarettes prior to leaving the scene.

While the accused has been hunted by the officers, they discovered Crim lying in a street in the 5500 block of Maple Avenue, close to the petrol station.

According to the data received from the police, the accused held the victim’s head and banged it around the wall and began kicking and hitting her.

Randle walked away from the scene after beating for over a moment and afterwards returned with a mattress that he stomped on her casually walked away from the spectacle.

A witness present during the time of this episode said that the evening before the assault, he watched Crim and Randle communication with one another.

Police detained Randle on Wednesday and he confessed to each of his offenses.

His bail is set at $600,000.3 and is presently serving in the Dallas prison.