Two Sarasota Businesses Robbed
A Sarasota, Florida Domino’s Pizza in the 3600 block of Webber Street and a 7-Eleven in the 4700 block of Swift Road were robbed around 2:15 a.m. on Tuesday, November 18th. The Sheriff’s Office arrested 33-year-old Gary Brayley for the two robberies, in which Brayley allegedly implied he had a weapon and demanded cash. The arrest was made after a victim identified Brayley due to reviewing video footage and photos. Brayley is being held on a $200,000 bond at the Sarasota County Jail for attempted robbery and robbery while wearing mask. Brayley’s history includes a history of home invasion robbery, armed burglary and robbery arrests. He is currently on probation for similar crimes. Authorities are still investigating the incident.
From a civil standpoint, Brayley may not be the only liable party. If the Domino’s and/or the 7-Eleven failed to offer proper security then they may be civilly liable. This is because a property owner is responsible for any harm that comes to its employees and customers while on their premises. If said harm was foreseeable and the Domino’s and/or 7-Eleven failed to take any actions to prevent it, then they are civilly liable for any injuries to the victim. The Domino’s and/or the 7-Eleven owe a reasonable duty of care, which can be fulfilled by making sure the entry to the establishment and the usage of the establishment is safe. As a result, the Domino’s and/or the 7-Eleven may be liable if the unfortunate circumstances that took place resulted in injures on its premises.
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