Molino Pharmacy ‘Underwear Robber’ Declared Competent To Stand Trial
April 25, 2012
Monday, Judge Gary Bergosh denied a defense motion to renew competency concerns, setting trial for Joseph Daniel Flowers, now 58, to begin on Thursday. That trial is expected to last at least two days.
Flowers is facing multiple charges for the September 20, 2010, robbery of Scott’s Pharmacy on Highway 29, including robbery with a firearm and several drug possession charges.
Flowers allegedly robbed the pharmacy while wearing a bathrobe, slippers, yellow kitchen gloves and underwear on his head. He is being held in the Escambia County Jail without bond.
The getaway car driver in the robbery, 24-year old Krystal Lynn Collins, was found guilty of armed robbery with a firearm and a half dozen felony drug charges. She was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Pictured top: Joseph Daniel Flowers is detained by an Escambia County Sheriff’s Office shortly after the robbery of Scott’s Pharmacy in Molino. Pictured below: Scott’s Pharmacy in Molino was robbed September 20, 2010. NorthEscambia.com file photos, click to enlarge.