A Georgia man told police he robbed a Domino's Pizza restaurant in order to cover up his lies to his girlfriend, according to a story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Billy Prince, 24, armed himself with a knife and robbed a Domino's in Cherokee County and fled with an unknown amount of cash. He later called police and said he had been robbed.
From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Prince told detectives he was having financial problems. He concocted a story for his girlfriend that he was going to Canton to pick up an inheritance from a family member, Baker said.
But when he returned to his Chamblee home, he didn't have as much money as he had promised the woman. So he told his girlfriend he had been robbed, he told police.
The girlfriend urged Prince to file a police report, Baker said.
Prince is now being held in the Cherokee County jail on charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault and false report of a crime."

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