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Bank Robber Uses Own Check To Demand Money (A.D.A.C.)

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Again it must be said…Crime doesn’t pay, especially for Dumb A$$ Criminals. A guy robs a bank but his demands were written on his own starter check from the bank he was robbing. Really?

According to court documents, The D.A.C.* was one of three people who participated in a crime spree that stretched from Jan. 2 through Jan. 14 and netted more than $12,000 .

Investigators caught a break during the last robbery, which happened at the Wells Fargo. The D.A.C.* walked in and handed the teller a note that demanded money and later left it behind when he got some cash.

A bank employee noticed it was written on a Wells Fargo starter check. The employee ran the account number through the bank’s database and determined it was issued to the D.A.C.*

The employee then went on Facebook, found the D.A.C.’s* account and determined he was the man who had robbed the place and contacted police,

Classic mistake. You give them the demand note, they hand you the money, you’re home in time for supper, everyone wins.

But man.

This D.A.C.* made that one fatal error. He accidentally gave the teller a note with his bank info on it. he didn’t take a second to make sure it wasn’t a check with his personal information on it.

* means: Dumb A$$ Criminal

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