Man robs bank and then deposits cash outside in ATM

Homeless thief also used a note that said “This is a robbery”.


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on email
McRoberts Williams
(Delaware State Police)

We’ve covered our fair share of brainless criminals here at Crazy America.

Yet it seems there’s always room for one more entry in the hall of shame.

Certainly, a bank robber in Delaware qualifies for the dubious honor.

The man robbed a bank of cash and fled, then deposited money in an ATM outside, according to Delaware state police.

“This is a robbery,” he wrote in a note he handed to the bank teller, police said.

McRoberts Williams, 44, was arrested after taking an “undisclosed amount of cash” from the Wells Fargo bank teller on Dec. 11 and fleeing to an ATM outside the building to make a deposit, state police said in a news release.

Williams said he is homeless in California, police said. After Williams deposited money into the nearby ATM, he “continued to flee the scene” and headed behind a local shopping center, where state troopers found him, police said.

Williams was “taken into custody without incident.” Authorities charged him with second-degree robbery, a felony, and added he was sent to the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on a $6,000 cash bond, according to the release.

He was still in custody as of Dec. 15.

Subscribe to receive weekly news updates from Crazy America

Your details will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Related Stories

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x

A window onto the daily madness and mayhem across America

SIGN UP to receive our weekly news bulletin and never miss a crazy story again!

You will also be entered into our draw to win a cash prize.

Crazy America will NEVER share your e-mail with anyone else!

See our Privacy Policy