Sandy Hawkins was arrested Tuesday on a robbery charge.
“This is a robbery,” Hawkins told the teller. “I have a weapon.”, approached a teller and requested $1,100.
The teller began counting aloud as he laid out each $100 bill, counting $2,000.
“Hawkins told him it was too much and again demanded $1,100,” the affidavit said.
After the teller slid $1,100 under the window, Hawkins took the money and walked out, deputies said.
Detectives said Hawkins removed a tattered bank deposit slip from his pocket with a handwritten note that read, “Give me $1,100. Now, No Alarms, Hope to get caught.”
There was no weapon. No Quid pro Quo ?
Ah. Somebody else in dire need of critical, life-saving healthcare, I presume.
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