December 19, 2001

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Bozo criminal for today perhaps needs to take a course in how to be more assertive. From Avon Lake, Ohio comes the story of an unidentified bozo who walked up to a teller at the Lorain National Bank and handed her a note with the numbers “$1000” on it. The teller asked him if he wanted the money from his checking or his savings account. These questions confused our bozo and he walked out of the bank and into the First Merit Bank nearby. Same procedure here. He handed the teller a note with “$1000” on it. The teller again asked him if the money was to come from his checking our his savings account. Thinking maybe he needed to work on his plan a little bit, our bozo shrugged his shoulders and walked out. Cops are looking for him.