Create and Bake Restaurant, and Coughman’s Creamery, owned by former NFL player Edawn Coughman, reported a robbery and vandalism. Someone had spray-painted MAGA and racist slurs. Police in the area saw a black truck with the license plate obscured and pulled it over only to discover it was Coughman himself. He robbed and vandalized his own business in order to file an insurance claim. Coughman was obviously fooled by the Democrats’ constant accusations of racism and thought he could get away with the crime if he framed Trump supporters for his own crime. He thought wrong.
Georgia police responded to a report of a robbery on Wednesday at the Create and Bake Restaurant and Coughman’s Creamery, owned by Edawn Coughman.
Police who were in the area pulled over a black truck that had the license plate obscured, thinking it might be involved in the robbery.
It turned out to be Coughman.
In his truck, they discovered televisions that looked like they had been pulled out of walls, and became suspicious.
“The brackets were still attached and there was still drywall attached to the brackets, meaning, someone took them off very quickly,” said Cpl. Michele Pihera.
When police went to the restaurant, they found signs of a burglary and racial slurs spray-painted inside the business, as well as “MAGA,” which refers to the Trump campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”