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Elderly Florida man, 67, arrested by FBI for $650 bank robbery — all to pay his rent

An elderly Florida man has been arrested by the FBI after he attempted to rob a Miami-area bank of $650 because he was “in desperate need of rent” and potentially homeless.

On Aug. 24, Michael Terry Nugin, 67, jumped in line at a Bank of America store in Hollywood, Fla., shortly after 2:40 p.m. I waited while you responded.

Afterwards, Nujin walked over to the window where she was waiting, slipped a brown plastic shopping bag under the protective glass partition and said, “I have a gun, please put all the money in the bag.” He said. FBI Criminal Indictment obtained by Daily Beast.

The teller did not answer Nudjin’s request and was forced to repeat his statement.

Nujin said, “I’m not playing around. I have a gun and put money in my bag.”

According to a criminal complaint filed in the United States, the teller who faced Nujin claimed she had never seen a gun, but she locked the cash drawer anyway, prompting another teller next to her. He had two people do the same, one of whom also set off an emergency alarm. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Wearing a yellow polo shirt, blue jeans, white shoes and sunglasses with a sailboat and a bird on it, Nujing felt that her plan had failed, grabbed her bag and used the emergency exit to escape the building.


The teller refused to comply with Nujin’s demands and forced him to repeat the same words: “I’m not playing. I have a gun. Put the money in my bag.”
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It didn’t take long for Nugin’s face to make the news. Someone saw a would-be bank robber at the half-house where he was staying, wearing the same boat-and-bird shirt he wore during the failed robbery. Day.

This person called Hallandale police, gave them Nugin’s address, and spoke with him in a “non-custodial interview” on the evening of August 24.

The man admitted to police that he attempted a robbery at a Bank of America branch earlier in the day.

Afterwards, Nujin showed the police a yellow shirt in the closet, along with sunglasses and white shoes that had been captured on security camera footage, and pulled out a plastic bag that was still in her back pocket.

Nujin had a band-aid on his cheek, which matched the teller’s description and what was seen on the bank’s surveillance cameras, telling police that he had a band-aid because of “skin cancer on his face.” It is said that it was pasted.


Nugin is in federal custody for attempted robbery because the Bank of America branch is insured by the FDIC and is scheduled to appear in Fort Lauderdale federal court for the first time.
Nugin is in federal custody for attempted robbery because the Bank of America branch is insured by the FDIC and is scheduled to appear in Fort Lauderdale federal court for the first time.
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After identifying himself with photos taken at the bank, Nugin told police the heartbreaking motive behind the attempted robbery, saying that he “needed the rent so badly” because it “was $650 before he died.” It was our last chance to get in,” he said. Homeless,” the complaint added.

In a complaint filed on Sunday, Nugin was charged with “knowingly attempting to blackmail and attempt to remove from the identity and location of an employee of the Federal Insurance Bank the control and custody of U.S. currency belonging to the United States.” Ta. Controlled, controlled and owned by Bank of America, Hollywood, Florida. ”

Nugin is in federal custody for attempted robbery because the Bank of America branch is insured by the FDIC and is scheduled to appear in Fort Lauderdale federal court for the first time.

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