Buccaneers Baseball Cap Disguise Useless Against Florida Fuzz [Cuff ‘Em]


Demetrio Crespo isn’t the smartest bank robber in Florida bank robbing history. Dude decided, this week, that the only way to get out of debt was to put on his Fall Sunday best and bust up a Bank of America for $2,700. But there was a huge problem for Crespo: the getaway plan sucked and the costume was about as bad as it gets. A jogging jacket zipped up to your neck at 4 p.m. in Florida? C’mon, chief.

From the Hernando Today:

Demetrio Crespo once owed thousands of dollars in child support and amassed a mountain of credit card debt.

He’s also has been issued at least 16 traffic citations.

Authorities on Monday added accused bank robber to his extensive legal record.

Shortly before 4 p.m., Crespo, 42, entered the Bank of America at 7184 Mariner Blvd. in Spring Hill, passed a note to a teller and told her he had a gun, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.

Of course an alert button was punched and cops were on the lookout for a chubby Hispanic wearing a Buccaneers cap and jogging jacket. A cop, soon after the alert went out, pulled over Crespo and the moron still had the robbery costume in his car. GENIUS!

Dude also has told police he is responsible for being the driver in an armed robbery of a salon.

The reasoning? Drug habit. Enjoy watching the Bucs this Fall while bent over Brent’s knee in that prison cell. Gonna be one helluva season. For your efforts you gain entry into our Baseball Cap Bank Robbers Hall of Fame. It’s a huge honor.

[Accused Spring Hill bank robber has history of debt, traffic tickets]


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