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03/01/2012 02:37 PM ID: 91601 Permalink   

Bank Robber Foiled When He Returns to Wells Fargo for Cab Fare

 

Chamblee GA: A bandit gave the Wells Fargo teller a note reading "Give the money now or we start to shoot". The teller merely stood up and walked away.
The tellers are protected by bullet proof glass so Trevor Gladston, 39 leaves empty handed.

Trevor gets in a cab and asks to go to the rapid transit station but still has no money. On arriving at the Chamblee MARTA train station the cabbie tells a Transit Officer she is afraid her fare is broke and won´t pay.

On hearing the story the officer convinces Trevor to return to the bank and get some cash. Returning to the scene of the almost crime Trevor is arrested on sight.

 
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Well he was stupid enough to go rob a bullet proof protected bank in the first place.
 
  by: malcolmb   03/03/2012 09:36 PM     
 
 
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