Mom Robs Bank, Picks Kids Up From School
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Posted Sep 24, 2010 3:27 AM CDT
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(User Submitted) – Here's a woman who can plan an afternoon: UPI reports that Oregon police arrested a 37-year-old mother who allegedly robbed a bank, then made it to the local elementary school in time to pick up her children. Erica Fay Anderson walked into the Umpqua Bank branch at about 2:15 Monday afternoon, handed a teller a note demanding cash, left with an undisclosed sum, and was driven way by an accomplice who took her to the school to collect her two daughters.

The car and license plate led police to Anderson's home, where she and her 19-year-old cohort, Joshua Kemp Deeter Tseu, were arrested. The two girls have been placed in the care of the Dept of Human Services. Read the full article.