The re-do fumbled! Georgia man tries to rob the SAME bank he robbed 10 years ago -Dlight News

 The re-do fumbled!  Georgia man tries to rob the SAME bank he robbed 10 years ago

William Jeffrey Lowder Jr.a man from central Georgia, recently pleaded guilty to attempting to stop the law The same thing He was jailed for a bank robbery in 2013.

The suspect was released after the bank teller broke an unexpected message

41NBC News reports that the incident happened earlier this year at Truist Bank in Bibb County, Georgia.

Lowder reportedly walked into Macon Bank on January 27 and handed the teller a note that read: “Cash register, no paint packs, sorry!”

The teller let Lowder know there was no register. The 41-year-old, in turn, decided to leave the establishment abruptly. We should note that it’s unclear if Lowder was armed during the attempted robbery.

As well as reneging on the robbery plans, Lowder appeared to have felt somewhat remorseful when he called his parole officer about an hour later and confessed to everything.

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An FBI agent says Lowder’s last sentence was clearly “not instructive enough.”

Shortly thereafter, authorities took Lowder into custody, who had just served his sentence for his 2013 robbery.

Accordingly WSB TV, FBI Special Agent Keri Farley stated that his previous sentence “didn’t seem instructive enough.” Oops!

She also stressed “He rejoined his bank robbers while still being released under custody for the last bank robbery he committed.”

Now that he has pleaded guilty, Lowder faces up to twenty years in federal prison followed by three years of supervision. He also faces a $250,000 fine.

It is noted that Lowder’s sentencing will come at a later date. However, the details of this are currently unclear.

There are currently no further updates on the situation.