A 21-year-old Florida man is in serious trouble with the law, and has been charged with grand theft after he allegedly took $4,000 cash money from an ATM machine he was supposed to be re-stocking.
And get this: The guy was (keyword: WAS) in training to become a Hillsborough County Sheriff’s deputy! So not only did he lose his job at the bank, he also lost his chance at becoming a police officer. (Smooth move, criminal!)
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A 21-year-old Plant City man with aspirations of becoming a deputy sheriff is in trouble with the law. Nicholas David Cabrera is charged with grand theft after he allegedly took $4,000 in cash from an automated teller machine. Cabrera, who was working for Wells Fargo Bank at the time, was supposed to be re-stocking the machine.
The suspect was also in training to become a Hillsborough County Sheriff’s deputy. According to a Polk County Sheriff’s Office report Cabrera was employed by the Wells Fargo location in the 1400 block of South Combee Rd. in Lakeland from January 1, 2011 until May 4, 2001. The alleged crime occurred on April 29.
Detectives say the suspect took the money and placed it in his back pocket on that date. He was arrested on Friday and booked in the Polk County Jail. He was released after posting a bond of $1,000. During questioning Cabrera admitted to taking the money and spending it on personal items. He also put approximately $1,000 of it in his savings account say investigators.
On a scale of 1-10 … this guy is about a level 12 dumb-ass! SMH…