Careful how you raise suspicion

  • Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Since 9/11 so many of us have a heightened sense of awareness for security. Especially people who work in local banks.

So when the bank manager started noticing a man parking in their parking lot and sitting there for hours on end staring at a home behind the bank, they called police.

An officer arrived on the scene and spoke with the man sitting in the parking lot.

He said his daughter goes over to the house to hang out with her friend. He told the police officer he parked in the bank lot and read his book while she was over there rather than driving all the way back to their home off of Highway 41.

He was advised that the bank manager wanted him placed on trespass notice and he said he understood and would never return.


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