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More alleged victims in punched clerk burglary

Investigators say it was Vincent Johnson who entered the Boost Mobile Store as seen in surveillance video.
They believe he hit employee, Jessica Smith, in the face before stealing money from the register.
Friday, Smith looked at her alleged attacker on a monitor for video court.
Smith wanted to speak directly to Johnson, but the judge didn't want her comments to taint the case against him since Johnson hasn't been convicted.
Instead Smith shared her thoughts with the judge, saying, "I hope that somehow there is no bond".

Johnson has a track record of similar crimes.
Since he's been in the news, more alleged victims are coming forward.
Sherry Bryson claims she was punched by Johnson while working at the Happy Nick's Store in May.
She says, "I'm glad he got caught, I'm sad, I mean I'm glad it happened the way it did but I feel sorry for the girl because she was pregnant".

Now a third victim has come forward.
"Evelyn", who didn't want her face shown on TV, claims that two years ago Johnson also punched her and briefly knocked her unconscious.
This happened 2-years ago while on the job.
"As I opened the drawer, he hit me, grabbed the money and took off", says Evelyn.
Johnson was later charged in that incident, but the court found him not guilty.

This time around, all of his alleged victims hope he remains locked up so no one else is hurt.
Jessica Smith says,  "I think this is his style, and it's not going to change.  I do hope however, that Vincent will find something in his heart to make that change".