Women accused of robbing john with Taser for refusing to pay for sex
FARGO — Two St. Cloud, Minn., women are accused of using a Taser to rob a man who they claim had stiffed one of them on the bill after he’d agreed to pay for sex.
According to charges filed Thursday in Cass County District Court, Fargo police responded about 1:45 a.m. Thursday to a report of a robbery at an apartment. The alleged victim told officers that when he called an escort service, a woman calling herself “Dream” came over.
According to court documents, her real name is Gabrielle Louise McGuire, 22, and she discussed prices with the man and told him she would text another woman to come to the apartment.
McGuire then asked the man if he remembered her, and he didn’t, he told police. She told him the last time they met for sex, he failed to pay her. She pulled out a stun gun and told him she would use it if he moved, court records say.
The other woman, Vivian Elaine Hager, 33, took the stun gun from McGuire, sparking it intermittently to intimidate the man, he told police.
The women took his Xbox 360 and 26-inch TV, then left in an SUV, the charges say. They are charged with one count of conspiracy to commit robbery, a Class B felony.