Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Teller Asks Bank Robber To Show Two Forms Of ID For The Cash - He Does

"Look if you don’t want to die then you should do as this note says. This is not a bag of food. This is a bom, so just put money in an envelope and do not make any move till after I have left for ten mintis."

Nathan Wayne Pugh didn't intend to take money out of the bank legally, but he did wait around long enough to show two forms of identification before he tried to rob a Wells Fargo Bank branch in Dallas. 
 When Pugh, 49, tried to rob the bank last July, the teller stalled and told him he needed to show two types of ID. Pugh complied, producing his Wells Fargo debit card, and his Texas state ID card.
He still tried to flee with $800, but got caught.

Pugh pleaded guilty to the robbery in October.  A federal judge Tuesday sentenced him to more than eight years. Prosecutors say he was on parole for two aggravated robberies at the time of the Wells Fargo caper.

His new sentence runs consecutive with a pair of 25-year terms for the previous robberies. 

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