Police say 2 young girls robbed bank | The Columbus Dispatch

Police in suburban Cincinnati are searching for bank-robbery suspects described as two juvenile girls. Full Story
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Angry Young American

Circleville, OH

#1 Jan 6, 2010
Or in this case, "jail bait money".
tip

Columbus, OH

#2 Jan 6, 2010
"But, it looked so easy on TV...."
KSHO

Springboro, OH

#3 Jan 6, 2010
What is the world coming to ? Imagine about 14, 16, and 12 years old , at a age so young robbing a bank what will these little girls do when they become adults . maybe the 12 yr. old can be turn around for the better but I feel strongly at the age 14 and 16 yrs. they are already set in their mold for for life very hard to change their future life style . This kinda makes one think what kind of up bringing and parenting have these children been through and are use to ??????????

Let's hope and pray to God , no other child try's to copy this act . The old saying children learn from their peers !
Against stealing

Columbus, OH

#4 Jan 6, 2010
The problem is that the kids start stealing in the 1st grade and the schools do nothing about it. I'm trying to find out who stole some of my daughters belongings and the school keeps throwing up road blocks. I hope that these girls get caught and are made an example of. Not just slapped on the wrist and told not to do it again.
seriously

Ironton, OH

#5 Jan 6, 2010
I'm curious as to how they pulled this off. Did they have a gun? Or did the teller just think "oh how cute? The little ones are robbing me!" And just hand the money over? How scary were they? It seems like a Chuck Norris Roundhouse Kick could have solved the problem!
teller

Columbus, OH

#7 Jan 6, 2010
It doesn't matter what age the person is, if your told your being robbed, or to give up all your money, policies have it that you are to GIVE IT UP and comply with the robbers. It's not a hilarious case of "oh the teller thought they were cute so they handed over the money." Be serious, you don't realize how bad tellers have it sometimes until there's a robbery involved. A gun or no gun, does not matter in ANY robbery case whatsoever! idiot.
Sick of the BS

Reynoldsburg, OH

#8 Jan 6, 2010
I say put a bullet in the little bastards.....
DeeKay

Canal Winchester, OH

#9 Jan 6, 2010
teller wrote:
It doesn't matter what age the person is, if your told your being robbed, or to give up all your money, policies have it that you are to GIVE IT UP and comply with the robbers. It's not a hilarious case of "oh the teller thought they were cute so they handed over the money." Be serious, you don't realize how bad tellers have it sometimes until there's a robbery involved. A gun or no gun, does not matter in ANY robbery case whatsoever! idiot.
And 12, 14 and 16 year olds are not small and innocent looking anymore. Most of these kids look and act like they're over 20. If they can have babies, they can rob banks. They see and experience too much for that age. It's pitiful.
Wakeup Time

West Milton, OH

#10 Jan 6, 2010
When are we going to wake up and realize where this Godless society we have created is headed? If we ever do it may be too late to recover what we once had.

Those who don't learn from history have made the same mistakes as their predecessors. Maybe we should study the history of countries where moral decay has led to their downfall and destruction, there are plenty examples to learn from.
my peeps

Shelby, NC

#11 Jan 6, 2010
they will tell someone.....SO THEY WILL GET CAUGHT!!!!....the city will dump time (money) into it and they will get no results....
the over under on them is 32days...word will spread and their parents will get a knock on the door that WILL SHATTER THEIR LIFE!!!! way to go PARENTS!!!!
The only funny thing here is when there teacher asks.."how was your winter break class?"...these girls response might BE THE BEST!!!!
woot

Columbus, OH

#12 Jan 6, 2010
ok so....no gun...lil girls...and not one person could stop them
cornfield

Omaha, NE

#13 Jan 6, 2010
I would have bent them over my knee.
columbus mom of 3

Columbus, OH

#14 Jan 6, 2010
Well it doesn't surprise me a bit. Even the cops are unwilling to deal with minors. We were robbed while we were attending a funeral this year. The person that they have an eye witness breaking into and carrying out items was an 11 year old boy. The detective said they were reluctant to charge the 11 year old boy even though I had an eyewitness. I had $20,000 of items missing from my apartment! I am not reluctant to have his little a$$ thrown in jail. They stole from my kids! Why should I feel guilty for putting them in jail where they belong?? I have done nothing wrong. They are also trying to get them in 22 other incidents in the neighborhood. Why should they have to think twice about charging them and punishing them for a crime they DID. If you do the crime, you should do the time, irregardless of your age. If you have the knowledge to plan a robbery, assault someone, murder someone, you are old enough to do the time. I knew at 3 years old that it was wrong to break into someone's house and rob them. What's wrong with people these days?
CEO

Reynoldsburg, OH

#15 Jan 6, 2010
teller wrote:
It doesn't matter what age the person is, if your told your being robbed, or to give up all your money, policies have it that you are to GIVE IT UP and comply with the robbers. It's not a hilarious case of "oh the teller thought they were cute so they handed over the money." Be serious, you don't realize how bad tellers have it sometimes until there's a robbery involved. A gun or no gun, does not matter in ANY robbery case whatsoever! idiot.
Policies Policies - appears you have no common sense, no wonder you are a bank teller

Monkey see Monkey do - Go eat a banana with Abdul at the 7 11
Ohio Lawyer

Columbus, OH

#16 Jan 6, 2010
the truth is that juveniles are impulsive and can be one helluva lot more dangerous than adults.
Ohio Lawyer

Columbus, OH

#17 Jan 6, 2010
CEO wrote:
<quoted text>
Policies Policies - appears you have no common sense, no wonder you are a bank teller
**** see **** do - Go eat a banana with Abdul at the 7 11
Hey CEO. Who's minding the lemonade stand while you're here on Topix?

Since: Aug 09

Columbus, OH

#19 Jan 6, 2010
Sounds like drugs. They'll probably give the money to drug dealers and the dealers will get busted with it.
Willy

Columbus, OH

#20 Jan 6, 2010
Ever seen the movie "mean girls' and movies like it. Young girls ain't sweeties anymore. They are back stabbers and would kill their best friend for a buck! How about Juliette Lewis in Natural born killers! She was a sweetie too!
whatababoon

United States

#21 Jan 6, 2010

Girls that means you do not have bait money.
I hope they get away with thier economic stimulas money.
Look at how much money the low-lifes Oduma, Warren Buffet and the crooks at Goldman Sucks stole through the TARP. Those greedy pukes don't even need the money . Shows what a bunch of cowards we have in government. Go after the little girls.
wow

Columbus, OH

#22 Jan 6, 2010
the sex here shouldnt be news worthy, unless of course men and women arent equal

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