Robber: Oh, and Here's My Address ...
Police investigating a bank robbery didn't have to look far for a suspect: A note passed to the teller announcing the holdup had the robber's address on the back.
"I don't think anyone realized what was on the other side," Detective Sgt. Joseph Loggia said Friday.
Charmaine Williams Stein, 30, of Riverhead, was arraigned Thursday in Suffolk County Court on one count of grand larceny, accused of holding up Chase Bank on June 10 and making off with $22,000.
Detectives determined that bank teller John Mueller was Stein's accomplice, Loggia said. Mueller, of Coram, was charged with grand larceny earlier this month.
The note demanding money was on a bulk mail advertisement that had Stein's address on the back, the detective said. Stein, who was believed to have been out of town for several weeks, was arrested Wednesday night.
She was being held on $20,000 bail