Eat fresh, stay innocent

Eat fresh, stay innocent

by Clay Cooper

Sunday, Sept. 6, is a date that will forever be known as the night that Monroe’s Subway got
robbed. Or possibly known as the night that Subway got betrayed.
On Monday morning, Subway workers discovered that the money in the drawer was gone and the safe had vanished. The only thing out of place was the drawer that held the money lying on the middle of the floor. According to senior Logan Gilman the cameras in Subway shut off that night during the robbery.
The last Subway employee who had worked there that night goes by the name of Nathen Trausch. He’s a senior at PCM. But is it possible that he could be a student during the day and criminal by night?
Trausch said, “When I was closing, the doors were already locked up, and the store was well past being closed, and a white van pulled into the parking lot, saw me, then backed up and left.”
No one was hurt during the event, but Trausch still felt guilty.
“I feel taken advantage of. I feel partially responsible for not being there. I feel like I could have done something to stop them if I was in attendance. Most likely, I would have ran. I’m not dying for Subway. I’m just glad no one got hurt,” he said.
Trausch had advice for everyone: “It’s a crazy world we live in; it’s a crazy world. One day, it’s peace and quiet, and the next, it’s mayhem. You can’t trust anybody. Keep your eyes peeled, and eat fresh.”
The criminal has yet to be caught. If you happen to see anything out of the ordinary, make sure to give the cops a ring. It’s always better to be safe than sorry. Even if it’s your friend who did it, don’t be afraid to throw them under the bus and put the petal to the metal.