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November 22, 2019


A 73-year-old man wearing a "Make America Great Again" shirt told a bank teller he was robbing that he gave him too much money, deputies said.

WTF: "I will make this easy," Hawkins told detectives during an interview. 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."

(Thanks to pharmaross, MOTW, Fabian Marson, Steve Heller and Emily, Leslie and w)


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Overheard, "give me your gun, I have $1100."

Sounds like he was $1100 behind on the rent, but decided to take the free room and board at the jail instead.

Some people will do anything to get out of the traditional family gatherings during the holidays.

"And no, I don't have a gub, but give me the money anyway."

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