OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

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OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Postby ELB » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:26 pm

http://www.wcpo.com/news/crime/deters-o ... ck-at-bank

An off duty police officer going into a bank to do some personal business discovered he was following two bank robbers into the bank. He engaged, shots fired, bank robbers got away but one was thought to be wounded.

Local DA investigated, pronounced officer justified and a hero.

The officer says a bank security officer called him and told him his business was not wanted anymore, because the bank's security policy is "give it up."

The DA announced this as part of his findings, and made it clear he didn't think much of the bank's action.

The bank is now back-pedaling, insisting that they didn't say that, it was just a "misunderstanding" and that at no time did they tell the cop he wasn't wanted as a customer. So they called him a liar, basically.

Video of attempted robbery at the link.
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Re: OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Postby bblhd672 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:20 pm

When a business blunders and wrongs a customer it’s always good policy to further insult the customer by calling them a liar publicly.
And we trust these jokers with our money...
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Re: OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Postby TreyHouston » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:36 pm

Sounds like a GREAT bank to rob!
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Re: OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Postby CZp10 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:25 pm

Maybe if more people would choose not to automatically be a victim and "give it up" there might be less crime?

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Re: OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Postby anygunanywhere » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:49 pm

CZp10 wrote:Maybe if more people would choose not to automatically be a victim and "give it up" there might be less crime?


Maybe if more employers did not make it a condition of employment to just "give up" and allow CITIZENS to carry arms then there would be less crime.

That sounds better.
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Re: OH: Key Bank told hero cop who stopped robbery not to come back

Postby MaduroBU » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:27 pm

If you are using your bank as anything more than a clearinghouse for payments, you're doing it wrong. People are operating under assumptuons about RoR in savings deposits that haven't been accurate since the Reagan adminstration. If your bank happens to be the single institutuion whose interest rates beat inflation by a reasonable margin, then there is room for debate, but I have not seen that even with credit unions in many years .


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