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A Kansas city man with a history of making false 911 emergency calls was charged on Wednesday with the report of a bank robbery, the commission of the crime an hour later.
Jeremy Chestnut, 20, now faces a federal bank robbery charge. Wichita police, said the Fox, and called in a report on Tuesday before the Intrust Bank teller a note saying he was armed and demanding cash.
Twenty-year-old Jeremy Fox, who was charged Wednesday with bank robbery. (Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office via AP)
Fox was reported to have an undisclosed amount of cash and fled. Detectives received information on the location and arrested him, the statement said, and the police department.
Fox had been on probation since September of 2017, to have to lie about the other alleged emergency, The Wichita Eagle reported.
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He reportedly called 911 several more times, in 2016, and in 2017, to sign a building and house fires, traffic jams, and people pinned in a vehicle, armed robbery, and other things that never happened.
He is being held in the Sedgwick County Jail, according to jail logs.