GameStop Robber Gets 40 Years, 36 With Edge Card

Gregory Reaux, 29, will be 69 when he gets out of the pen for robbing six GameStops in Louisiana with a boxcutter and a cutoff sleeve as a mask.

Reaux was a former GameStop employee fired because he "improperly use[ed] employee discounts and store deals," according to The Times-Picayune of New Orleans. In apparent retaliation, he robbed at least six different GameStop locations, making out with several thousand dollars and "various merchandise."

Reaux hit GameStops in the towns of Slidell, Jefferson Parish, Hammond, Walker and Denham Springs. That left the store in Mandeville. So officers staked it out and nabbed Reaux as he prepared to hit that one.

Man Gets 40 Years In Jail After Robbing Several GameStops [Hot Blooded Gaming]