Pennsylvania woman is arrested after her “social experiment” went wrong. Rosaria Helyn DeAngelo had been caught by a CVS employee stealing a phone charger. When the employee followed her out the car, she pulled a knife out. Rosaria ended up giving the charger back, but the employee says they still felt threatened. When police arrived, Rosaria had still been holding the knife. She was ordered to drop it and at that point, Rosaria tried explaining that the whole ordeal was just a “social experiment that went horribly wrong.” She says she pulled the knife to “see what people in Pittston pay attention to.” Cops weren’t buying it and arrested her. Rosaria now faces a felony count of robbery and misdemeanor counts of simple assault, weapons possession, possessing an offensive weapon and retail theft. She’s held on $25-thousand bail at Luzerne County Correctional facility and her preliminary hearing is set for June 26th.
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