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BRIDGEPORT — Items just didn’t go suitable for John Gordon.
Police say they began heading south whenthe 30-12 months-previous Stamford gentleman walked up to a cashier window at the downtown People’s United Financial institution Tuesday morning and handed over a observe Gordon had hastily composed on the back of a deposit slip.
“I’m sorry, I can not read through this,” law enforcement said the teller responded.
An exasperated Gordon then commenced allegedly yelling, “Give me the income, give me the income,” law enforcement mentioned, and that attracted the attention of other bank staff who hit the unexpected emergency alarm.
Law enforcement mentioned Gordon then grabbed a handful of dollars from the teller and stuffed it into his pants pocket. He then still left the lender and acquired on to a bicycle.
But at the corner of Major and Point out streets, the bike had a blowout and Gordon tumbled into the street, spilling money into the intersection, police reported.
Abandoning the bicycle, Gordon hobbled absent, law enforcement claimed.
Law enforcement stated quite a few witnesses pointed out Gordon’s escape route and they at some point found him hiding in the parking garage behind the Holiday getaway Inn lodge.
Gordon was charged with second-degree theft and was currently being held in lieu of $100,000 bond.