By Phedre Dumouriez
The local AP bakery Sweet Treats fell victim yesterday of a daylight attack pulled off by armed individuals wearing masks.
The bakery, owned and operated by DA Vivian Lowe, was targeted by two masked assailants; one female and one male. The woman is described as petite, pale, tattooed and armed with a Taser, while the male is large, black, wearing a suit and armed with a gun.
Ms. Lowe was present at the bakery during the attack and it is rumored she is the reason behind the incident.
The two came crashing through the front entrance of the shop, smashing and breaking while uttering threats. They then ordered the store’s patrons to lie on the ground and continued to cause chaos, all while focusing their attentions on Ms. Lowe. One of the patrons - a Mrs. Bunny Blackout – was hit with a taser during the altercation, which may explain the alarming and somewhat irrational actions of the patrolman who first arrived on scene; her husband, Officer John Blackout.
Judge Aimee Dashrix was another patron who had been caught up in the incident, and her spouse, Dr. Lex Dashrix was also on the outside, attempting to offer what support he could.
The incident quickly escalated in mere moments ((though it surely must have felt like hours to those involved!)) and shots were fired from both sides. Though no additional patrons were hurt, both attackers were injured in the firefight and yet they both still managed to escape.
While this was going on inside of the shop, a crowd had slowly begun to gather outside. Most noteworthy of the bystanders was alleged Black Mamba leader, Lyssandra Ritter – whose attempts to cause additional diversions for unknown reasons did little to disarm the situation – though it did bring her attention of a different sort.
Quickly following this dramatic scene, a secondary situation arose when Mrs. Ritter was then erratically threatened by another bystander, who turned out to be Asphyxiation Bank CEO Erin Karenae. Wielding a gun and issuing her own threats, Ms. Karenae and Mrs. Ritter then began to tussle. Thankfully, this supplementary violence was quickly subdued by the arrival of further APPD forces who finally put an end to the day’s terror.
Following the attack, the bakery closed for the rest of the day while additional evidence was collected, and to give the owner the opportunity to relax after the shock.