Today's superstar Robbed a Bank and then made a deposit into His own account at the ATM outside?
This is sort of like robbing a house and then leaving your business card in the screen door on the way out.
A 44-year-old man in Delaware named McRoberts Williams robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Wilmington on Sunday.
He walked up to the bank teller, and handed her a note that said, quote, "This is a robbery, I need $150." She gave it to him, and he ran out, but he didn't go far.
He stopped at the ATM outside and used it to deposit the money into his account. THEN he ran off. The police later found him behind a nearby shopping center.
He reportedly told police that he traveled to Delaware "by riding on the exterior of a cargo train," and that his "mind is currently being controlled by a third party [through] an implant located somewhere in his body." So whoever is controlling his brain isn't so bright.
McRoberts was charged with second-degree robbery and is currently being held on a $6,000 cash bond.