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Missouri man writes demand note on birth certificate while robbing bank

New York Post

A Missouri man robbed a bank using a demand note written on the back of his own birth certificate — while he was also wearing an ankle monitor related to an earlier offense.

Michael Conley Loyd, 30, pleaded guilty to robbing a Bank of America branch in Springfield last summer — and said he did it to “prove a point” to his lover, though it’s unclear what point he was trying to make.

Loyd entered his plea to one count of bank robbery in federal court on Friday, according to a Department of Justice press release.


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