Indiana police claims 19-year-old Derrick Faria took a taxi to and from an Evansville bank robbery.
(Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office)
A man in Indiana, who apparently needed a ride decided to take a taxi to and from the bank he robbed, police claimed.
Derrick Faria, 19, was arrested on Thursday, less than an hour after he allegedly robbed a Fifth Third Bank in Evansville, the Evansville Courier & Press reported.
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Faria allegedly ordered a taxi home before taking it to the bank, where Evansville Police said he gave the bank teller a note reading: “this is a robbery, give me all your money.” Faria allegedly not about a weapon.
The man then allegedly took the taxi back to the house and paid the driver $20 of the money he has stolen.
Authorities recovered all of the money stolen during the robbery except the $14 cab fare and $6 tip.
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Researchers, according to the newspaper, found the “accessories used for the taking of synthetic drugs” in the Faria’s house after they are executed with a search warrant.
Faria is he accused of possession of drug paraphernalia, theft and is being held in the Vanderburgh County Jail.
Evansville is in Southern Indiana, a few hours southwest of Louisville.
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