Rockford woman admits to robbing bank, putting money in bra
ROCKFORD (AP) — A Rockford woman has pleaded guilty to robbing a bank and stashing the money in her bra.
Federal prosecutors in northern Illinois say 32-year-old LaToya Shaunta Burrows pleaded guilty Monday. She admitted to robbing Associated Bank on March 20 as part of a plea agreement. Prosecutors say Burrows entered the bank and handed a teller a note that said: "Put the money in the bag and nobody will get hurt."
However, the teller didn't have a bag. Burrows grabbed the cash and stuffed the money into her bra before walking out of the bank. Rockford police arrested her nearby shortly after the robbery.
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