A Wisconsin man captured regarding a bank theft told officers he had a craving for having a go at “something new” that day, a criminal grievance states.
Xengxai Yang, 19, of Appleton, Wis., was accused Monday of “burglary of a money related foundation with an unsafe weapon,” as indicated by the Appleton Post-Crescent, refering to the protest.
He was requested hung on $250,000 bond and is as of now confined at the Outagamie County Jail. His next court date is slated for March 28.
The theft happened on March 15 at the Community First Credit Union in Appleton.
The criminal grievance expressed that a bank employee saw an individual wearing dark garments, a veil and was holding a weapon. The conceal individual requested $10,000 and tellers gave him the cash.
At the point when police touched base at the scene, they saw a man strolling from the bank wearing dark attire and “what had all the earmarks of being a ski cover.” Officers who looked through the man found a .22 gauge rifle “in his belt with a round in the load,” the Appleton Post-Crescent announced. The speculate purportedly told officers the firearm wasn’t stacked when he was in the credit association however he “positioned” the