INEPT ROBBER DIDN’T KNOW BANK’S HOURS
Police are looking for a bungling bank robber with a bad sense of timing.
A man attempted to rob an Academy Bank, 9400 E. Hampden Ave. in Aurora, inside a Walmart but showed up at 5:05 p.m., five minutes after the bank had closed, according to Deborah Sherman, an FBI spokeswoman.
The attempted robbery happened Nov. 19, and the man, who demanded money from tellers, left emptyhanded.
He is described as a white or Asian man, in his mid-20s, about 5-foot 8 and 160 pounds, with a slim build, thin face, black hair, blue eyes, glasses and a black mustache, although the mustache may be fake. He wore a red and black plaid hunter’s cap, blue ski jacket, blue jeans, gray and black athletic shoes and black gloves the day of the attempted robbery.
Weld charges wrong-way driver with vehicular homicide in Thanksgiving crash. A 25-year-old
man suspected of driving the wrong way into a headon collision that killed a teen on Interstate 25 near Erie was charged with vehicular homicide and driving drunk on Wednesday, according to the Weld County district attorney’s office.
Alex Pablo Rodriguez was behind the wheel of a gray Jeep heading south in the northbound lanes on Thanksgiving when he ran into a vehicle occupied by Nash Rider, 16, and Kyle Nackos, 19. Nackos was killed, and Rider was hospitalized with serious injuries.