Bank robbery suspect killed himself, ...

Bank robbery suspect killed himself, police say

There are 136 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Dec 23, 2007, titled Bank robbery suspect killed himself, police say. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A 29-year-old Indianapolis man suspected by police in a series of bank robberies, mostly on Indianapolis' Southside and Far Southside, shot and killed himself Saturday as police officers tried to arrest him, ...

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nice guy

United States

#49 Dec 23, 2007
The Reaper wrote:
I've been waiting on him...what took you so long too get here?
your sick, a family just lost a loved one, not!
Old Friend

Delaware, OH

#50 Dec 23, 2007
Met Vincent when I was ten. I grew up with them, His mother was our babysitter. I did not know about the robberies or his death until his grieving Brother called me today. You have never met a more giving and loving family, DON'T BLAME THEM!!! It is really sad he chose this road to go down. He had a troubled adulthood not childhood. I'm know his family is ashamed and grieving at the same time for what he did and at his ultimate demise. Please show them compassion as I know they feel it towards his "Victoms".
bullet

Louisville, KY

#51 Dec 23, 2007
To buy the pillowcases right next door was stupid.
Bonnie and not Clyde

Granger, IN

#52 Dec 23, 2007
stimy

United States

#53 Dec 23, 2007
TYPICALSTUPIDHOOSIERS wrote:
<quoted text>
Can you prove the existance of God with physical evidnece? No, but God exist anyway. I have lost track over the years how many suspects have been shot in the back, "shot themselves" while handcuffed in the back of a cruiser, shot and killed by the police WHILE UNARMED, all the cop has to say is: "I say him crouch and reach for something". You are a fool if you think otherwise. Cops end up with personal issues from dealing with the same people over time. They get it in for them. When the opprotunity arrives, they take it. After all, they have a license to kill.
you can't keep track off how many, cause there have been none.

Since: Mar 07

Akron, OH

#54 Dec 23, 2007
VINCENT WOLFLEY
DOC Number 951886
First Name VINCENT
Middle Name
Last Name WOLFLEY
Suffix
Date of Birth 03/00/1979
Gender Male
Race White
Facility/Location Discharge
Earliest Possible Release Date *
*An offender whose projected release date falls on a weekend or holiday will be released the first working day prior to the weekend or holiday.
11/15/2007

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 04/07/2004
Description BURGLARY
Term in Years / Months / Days 04 00 00000

Type of Conviction FB
Indiana Citation Code 35-43-2-1
Cause Number 49G049712CF181286
County of Conviction MARION
Projected Release Date 11/15/2007

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 08/11/1999
Description BURGLARY
Term in Years / Months / Days 06 00 00000

Type of Conviction FB
Indiana Citation Code 35-43-2-1
Cause Number 49G04 9712 CF 181286
County of Conviction MARION
Projected Release Date 09/24/2001
Old Roy

Newport, KY

#55 Dec 23, 2007
Will he be penalized for the early withdrawal?
Jesse

Indianapolis, IN

#56 Dec 23, 2007
Poor guy his son needed him he was a dumb ass for doing that stupid shit
Jennifer

Columbus, IN

#57 Dec 23, 2007
Vanessa wrote:
My family would not be living this tragedy. No criminals in our gene pool.
<quoted text>
Evidently stupidity is in your gene pool if you believe that criminalism is genetic you rtard.
I Know One

United States

#58 Dec 23, 2007
stimy wrote:
<quoted text>
you can't keep track off how many, cause there have been none.
I know one who was killed handcuffed in a police crusier, it was my brother. He was shot in the head.
Yeah right

United States

#59 Dec 23, 2007
I Know One wrote:
<quoted text>I know one who was killed handcuffed in a police crusier, it was my brother. He was shot in the head.
Name please... If your talking about Taylor then that was total bullshyte. That officer was the kindest man you would ever meet. It was proven several times that he shot himself in the backseat.
lastrep

Columbus, IN

#60 Dec 23, 2007
BDK wrote:
raise a child with morals, values, respect and religion and you wouldn't find him being a bank robber years down the road. I'd be ticked off that the criminal now left the family members to pay for his funeral. I'd bury him in a cardboard box. Family must be pretty uninvolved in his life to have not noticed the sudden flow of CASH he came into.
<quoted text>
There are many people in jail that were raised the "right" way, whatever that is, and still went the wring way. Unless you exercise co0mplete control over your children, they can and do make bad choices despite theit upbringing. Conversely not everyone that is raised poorly ends up in jail. There is no sure thing in child rearing.
I Know One

Euclid, OH

#70 Dec 23, 2007
BGKid wrote:
Hah I love how family members of criminals try to throw blame on everyone else. Give it up, your brother was a thug. <quoted text>
I said this was my brother, he was 33 years old and not a crimminal. Thugs had not been "invented" when he died. Everybody killed handcuffed by the police are not thugs or in trouble. You are afraid, and you want to catarogize people so that you can keep track of them, but until we all are safe, no one is safe.
gatekeeper

Avon, IN

#72 Dec 23, 2007
Heck, even Steve Irwin is trying to get back with us.
a closer look

South Bend, IN

#73 Dec 23, 2007
Anyone on here blaming the family.... Remember, a family can INFLUENCE and EDUCATE their offspring. However, they cannot CONTROL the actions of anyone. Vince was a grown man in complete control of his actions. I only know him because he came in my work a couple of weeks ago. Luckily I don't work at a bank... He was driving a 2000ish black Crown Vic with 22" wheels and "INTERCEPTOR" on the rear quarter panels in chrome vinyl letters. He told me all about buying that and a Yukon or Tahoe or something. I can almost understand someone robbing out of necessity; because they were destitute and hungry... THAT WAS NOT THE CASE. It was pure laziness and greed.
maybe

United States

#74 Dec 23, 2007
MrsN wrote:
can't control children under 18, what kind of parent are you? Children under age of 18 who live under my roof obey my rules, live life as they should, have been raised to respect others and attend church weekly. For someone to say they can't control a child under 18 has some real problems themselves. It is easy to be the parent who lives their own life and lets their child do as they please but it takes a real PARENT to raise a child. <quoted text>
Oh Please! Maybe while you are looking. Lots of kids do things they shouldn't be doing. They just haven't gotten caught. Only a true fool would believe that their children never do anything wrong. It's sickening to hear all of the idiots that blame everything an adult child does on the way a child was raised. Sure that is the case sometimes, but sometimes it is not. It's hard to be humble when your perfect in every way.
Jennifer

Columbus, IN

#78 Dec 23, 2007
Innocentmanright wrote:
u must be related to the dead criminal rtard!<quoted text>
I am not sure how you could summize any kind of relationship I have with anyone based one the statement that I made. I was simply stating that being a criminal isn't genetic. Stupidity, however, is. It must run in your family too.
Cottey-Motsinger 08

United States

#80 Dec 23, 2007
Stop criminals from committing suicide and depriving the public of the joy of watching their punishment!

Vote in 08!
Jennifer

Columbus, IN

#81 Dec 24, 2007
Meliss wrote:
sounds like jennifer better join I Know One with that mental help. She thinks he brother was handcuffed but not in trouble. She wants to blame a cop for shooting him when the idiot shot himself. As previously said family members of criminals are the funniest <quoted text>
For the record, I am not a family member. I simply indicated that being a criminal isn't genetic. How in the world does that = me being family with mental issues?? I think this only holds firm my theory of stupidity being genetic.

Melissa, you are dumber than the first boob that said I was related. Get your fat rear end off the couch, quit eating your haagen dass ice cream, and really READ a flipping book. You obviously know nothing of genetics and know nothing of mental illness.

I never met Vincent W. I never will. I have discouraged my children from being around people with his kind of nature. But that doesn't mean his family should be verbally slaughtered for choices he made. It will be a very sad Christmas for this family AND HIS YOUNG CHILD.

In fact, I hope the family still has some of this money in hiding and his children will get it in the years to come. Yep, I said it. I hope they have it in hiding! That is what all you holier than thou jerks deserve. For the criminal to have the last word is probably more than you can stand. HA FREAKING HA!
sissy

Lebanon, IN

#82 Dec 24, 2007
I love you bubs

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