NPR

Former Bank Teller Pleads Guilty To Stealing Almost $200,000 From Homeless Customer

The former teller stole the money over the course of two years, using it to bankroll tropical vacations and to pay off debt.
A former bank teller pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing more than $185,000 from a homeless customer. Source: Bloomberg

A onetime bank teller in Washington, D.C., stole tens of thousands of dollars from a homeless customer who earned money as a street vendor, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from NPR

NPR5 min readPolitics
Highlights From The Mueller Report
A redacted copy of the Mueller investigation report has been released by the Justice Department. NPR reporters and editors are analyzing and annotating notable excerpts from the document.
NPR2 min readPolitics
See How Much Of The Mueller Report Is Redacted
Attorney General William Barr explained before the release of the special counsel report that the law and regulations kept him from including everything that Mueller uncovered, as well as how.
NPR5 min readPolitics
Attorney General Barr, Touting 'No Collusion,' Explains Decision Not To Charge Trump
In a press conference, Thursday prior to release of a redacted version of the Mueller report, the attorney general stressed there was "no collusion" and provided insight on obstruction of justice.