Cleveland Willis, 28, will face an interesting witness for prosecution for alleged armed robbery . . . himself. When an employee of KFC restaurant recognized Willis behind a mask and asked if it was him, Willis responded. “No, It’s Not Me.”
Police say that on October 3rd, Willis held up a KFC in Baton Rouge while wearing black clothes and a black mask. After pointing a cocked gun at the head of one of the workers, one of them asked “Cleveland, is that you?” He responded “No, it’s not me.” (He worked for a few months at the KFC.) He then drove off in a silver Nissan Altima, the same car he drove as an employee. Reportedly, he left with over $600.
With the witness identification, Willis was later arrested for armed robbery.