Youtuber's Spend Night in Target; Now Face Up to 7 Years in Prison

Photo: West Whiteland Police Department

How far would you go to get some "good" content?

Well, these Youtubers from Pennsylvania really tried to go above and beyond but landed in jail due to what they did.

One of the hottest online trends right now is where Youtubers spend the night at a department store and try to evade security in the process. This trend is called the "overnight challenge".

Youtubers "Saucy and Honey" allegedly spent the night at a Target store in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The Youtubers managed to stay in the store until the next morning but did get caught.

During their stay at the store, they managed to trigger an alarm. Police went to the store but did not find anyone in the store; they thought it was a false alarm. The next morning though, Target staff was looking at surveillance video and saw a weird sight. Two people wandering around the store, holding up their phones (most likely recording for their Youtube video), but not stealing anything.

Detective Scott Pezick of the West Whiteland Police told FOX 29 in Philadelphia:

“It became a little bit bigger of an investigation, trying to find out what they were doing, was there something criminal?”

Shortly after, the couple was arrested. Johnson Larose, 25, and Charlotte Fischer, 24, were both taken into custody and charged with third-degree criminal trespassing and conspiracy. If the couple is convicted, they face up to seven years in prison.

Despite being arrested, "Saucy and Honey" still uploaded their video. They captioned the video:

“Sooooooo we did something EPIC!”

Fox 29 in Philadelphia spoke to Charlotte Fischer about this dumb stunt. She told them:

“I mean, no regrets,” ... “Just living life and having fun. It’s kind of sad that all of this came out of it. We were expecting a fine – nothing crazy.”

From her comment, it seems like she has no remorse for her actions.

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