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    Man Released from Ohio Jail Immediately Robs Bank Across Street

    A man released from a Dayton, Ohio, jail allegedly tried to rob the bank across the street only minutes later, police said upon his rearrest.

    Karsten Hardeman, 20, of Dayton, Ohio, was released from lockup on the afternoon of January 2 after having been arrested on a misdemeanor drug charge. But only about an hour later, he was taken back into custody, officers said, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

    Wentzville Police was called about a robbery at the 1st Financial Federal Credit Union at 1232 Wentzville Parkway. An officer responded on foot because the bank was on the same block as the police station.
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    Maybe the jail was serving something good for dinner and he didn't want to miss out.
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    You seriously have to wonder why he wanted to remain in jail.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaithHopeLove View Post
    You seriously have to wonder why he wanted to remain in jail.....
    There are dozens of reasons. He may be wanting to build up his street cred with more time. There may be nowhere for him to go outside of jail. It's possible, even though he's only 20, he is already institutionalized and prefers the world "inside" that he is familiar with to the "outside" world. Then there's the possibility of just wanting the three hots and a cot instead of having to get a job and be a responsible adult.
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    15 years working in a prison, I've seen this many times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    15 years working in a prison, I've seen this many times.


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    I've also seen it with clients. Some people just can't cope, especially if they don't have families to help them. Some of my smarter delinquents enlisted in the military right after aging out of the system because they understood that they still needed structure in their lives that couldn't be provided in college or traditional workplaces.
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