Woman pleads guilty to spaghetti sauce bank robbery

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Date: October 9th, 2013

Category: Nutty News

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Michigan - A  Michigan woman who passed off two cans of spaghetti sauce as an explosive device  during a bank robbery pleaded guilty to the crime.

Ophelia Neal, 53, pleaded guilty in Oakland County Circuit Court to bank robbery and explosive charges following the April 6 crime in Macomb County, The  Detroit News reported Tuesday.

Police said Neal went into the Fifth Third Bank in Clinton Township April 6  and told a clerk she was carrying a bomb in her cloth bag.

Neal fled with an undisclosed amount of cash in a car driven by a man.

She was later arrested and police discovered her cloth bag contained two cans of  spaghetti sauce.  Full Article   Cigarettes Worldwide

 

 

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