Tempra Mosley was just stopping at her local Tiger Market in Nashville the way anyone might stop by a gas station when someone grabbed her purse and a box of donuts out of her car and took off running. She cried for help, and she got it, WKRN News 2 Nashville reports.
Ezell Graham is now under arrest and charged not only in the attempted robbery of Mosley, but several other robberies and burglaries.
None of this would have been possible were it not for three men who, upon hearing Mosley’s cries for help, answered and apprehended Graham in his car before he could get away. They held Graham until police arrived and placed him in custody.
While Graham was being held by the men he began to cry, whimpering the promise “I won’t do it no more.”
Mosley recorded the citizen’s arrest on her cell phone, telling Graham, “Your mother taught you better than this.”
Graham is being held on $125,000 bond, so he most likely won’t be out to “do it no more” for at least a while.