Obama calls it "Redistributing the Wealth!" That's all I was doing!Jerome D. Jackson of Chicago was charged with robbing a South Loop bank this week and is suspected with robbing the same bank twice before.
A Chicago man charged with robbing a South Loop bank on Tuesday was arrested minutes later after police followed a GPS tracking device hidden with the cash to the man's right sock, according to FBI officials.
Jerome D. Jackson, 50, of the 600 block of South Drexel Avenue appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Young B. Kim where he was charged with bank robbery, a felony, FBI officials said in a press release.
Jackson, who was ordered held until his next court appearance is also suspected with robbing the same bank, a TCF bank branch at 1224 S. Wabash Ave., on Jan. 13 and May 12, FBI spokeswoman Joan Hyde said in the release.
According to a criminal complaint filed in the case, Jackson walked into the South Loop bank at 5:15 p.m. and went up to to a teller and handed that person a note demanding money. After handing the teller the note he told the teller, "Give me the money and you won't get hurt," according to the complaint.
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