Backwards Bandana Bank Robber arrested
Look who got arrested! And not by the fashion police!
Port St. Lucie, Fl (treasuecoast.com)- The Backwards Bandana Robber has been arrested.
Port St. Lucie police say a man suspected of trying to rob a Bank of America branch in mid-December is under arrest.
They identified him as 49-year-old James Warren Osceola of Palmdale. He was picked up by the Glades County Sheriff’s Office.
Surveillance video released by police after the incident showed a man wearing a red bandana, glasses, a long-sleeve camo shirt, and red and black plaid pajama bottoms. Police said the suspect handed a note to a teller demanding money but later grabbed the message and left without any cash when a manager approached him.
Investigators said Osceola was arrested on a warrant for attempted robbery and his bond was set at $75,000.
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