Brian Fuller, Accused of Beating and Robbing a Woman of a $90,000 Wedding Ring, Arrested After America's Most Wanted Appearance

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America's Most Wanted
Brian Maurice Fuller
On the night of January 25, 2010, Jil Katz was walking to her car in the parking lot of Whole Foods at Preston and Forest when she was approached by a man who threw her to the ground and repeatedly slammed her face into the pavement, breaking her nose and chipping her teeth, before yanking her $90,000 wedding ring from her finger.

The getaway car that night was allegedly driven by Brian Maurice Fuller, who was arrested two weeks later at his Wichita Falls home after police traced the Jaguar he was driving. Police found several gold coins and another pricey wedding ring buried in his backyard.

Fuller was also charged with robbery and aggravated assault stemming from two similar incidents in Highland Park in which a mugger followed women home from grocery stores, attacked them and stole their wedding rings.

Fuller was mistakenly released from jail on a $50,000 bond (it was supposed to be $500,000) in July 2010 and never appeared for his next court date. Fuller remained AWOL until yesterday when, a little more than a week after his mug shot appeared on America's Most Wanted, U.S. marshals found him on the back porch of his home in rural Anderson County in East Texas. He is being held in the jail there pending extradition to Dallas County.

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Josh van Hulst
Josh van Hulst

I hope he would apologize to the woman he hurt so gruesomely! That's so pathetic of him

pencil
pencil

Fucking Texas Taliban.

pencil
pencil

Must be tough having to accept the fact your a loser.

Paul
Paul

 Nope not violent fantasies ... just being prepared ... perhaps some day I'll tell you about the miscreants who broke into my house while I was asleep ....

Kergo 1 Spaceship
Kergo 1 Spaceship

You know what would have been awesome? If he had met his untimely death of the business end of the ground, via crane. But, it doesn't appear that that fat bastard could climb a crane. 

Gat2KeepOnMovin
Gat2KeepOnMovin

How about the amount paid by inmates for their cost to society?

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