MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A date set up online soon turned to a real-life disaster, according to the Memphis Police Department (MPD).
MPD said a man met 22-year-old Adrionna Dull on a dating app and showed up to a home on South Avenue on Monday, January 16 for a date with her.
But, when he walked into the home, he was immediately held at gunpoint by an unknown man, police said.
With a gun held on him, police said Dull forced the man to reveal the passwords to his bank accounts, took his iPhone, debit card, car keys and $300 in cash.
While the unknown gunman held the man in the home for three hours, police said Dull took off in his car, went to several different ATMs, and withdrew funds from his account.
When Dull returned, the man told police that she threatened to kill him if he didn’t hurry up and leave.
In the days following that robbery, the man told Memphis Police that Dull hacked his Apple account, email account, social media accounts and bank accounts, pretending to be him.
That man picked Dull out of a six-person photo lineup and the 22-year-old woman was arrested.
Dull was charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping and identity theft, among other charges.
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