Published: Thu, January 26, 2017
Medical | By Ismael Lynch

Sick of living with wife, man robs bank to go to jail

Sick of living with wife, man robs bank to go to jail

An FBI agent told the Associated Press that the 70-year-old had admitted to arguing with his spouse on the day of the crime, leaving her another note that said he'd "rather be in jail" than spend any more time with her.

His wife Endayon accompanied him to court but neither commented, the Kansas City Star reports.

The guard snatched the money away from Ripple and called cops, who responded from nearby police headquarters.

He pleaded guilty on January 23 in US District Court in Kansas City to federal bank robbery in connection with the incident in September 2o16.

Prosecutors and the defense attorney will determine what sentence they believe is appropriate.

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He reportedly wrote out the robbery note, which read "I have a gun, give me money" in front of his wife, telling her he'd rather be in jail than at home with her. The bank robber was released on bond after being charged.

The judge will set a date for sentencing after a pre-sentencing investigation.

Upon being handed loot to the amount of $3000, Ripple sat in the lobby of Bank of Labor at 756 Minnesota Ave and told a guard he was the 'guy he was looking for'.

The geriatric thief told said in a police interview that he had been fighting with his wife and he "no longer wanted to be in that situation".

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