So, I used to work for Bank of America. I was sitting at my desk, in the lobby, got up, went to the break room and on my way, walked behind all the tellers. I looked out into the lobby at the line, saw a guy my age that looked kind of familiar, gave him a nod and went into our kitchen area. I come out to find that we’ve just been robbed. I go to talk to the teller who "got the note" and he is so traumatized that he can’t even remember what the guy looked like. I asked, was it the young guy… and it was.
Because the guy looked so familiar to me, I was the one who did the "artist rendering" with the police and i was the one that they showed all the pictures of cons too. After awhile, they caught the guy…small side note: never rob a bank. you won’t get that much money, you WILL get caught, and you will go to jail for a long time. okay, so I get the subpoena to appear in court for the case and as soon as the guy hands it to me, I read the name of the man accused. (NAME REMOVED TO PROTECT THE GUILTY). I responded, "I knew he looked familiar, I went to High School with him." Needless to say, there was no trial.