Last Friday, a man entered a Grand Prairie Chase Bank around 4:30 p.m. Like yesterdays blog entry, the man handed a bank teller a note that demanded money. The amount of money that was demanded was not known. Witnesses to the robbery told police that the man appeared to shake, like he had Parkinson's disease or another muscle disease that caused the man's head to twitch to the right.
A red dye pack that was within the stolen money detonated and the man could possible be caught red-handed due to the ink on his hands. The police believe that this robbery might be linked to another robbery that occurred last month. The robbery in that case was conducted by a man who was also shaking at the time. Bank robbery is, of course, a
federal crime prosecuted in federal court.
If you or a loved one have been charged with a theft crime, contact a
Plano criminal defense lawyer today.