Family: Bank robber's family faced eviction
BLOOMINGTON (MCT) — A Bloomington man who reportedly robbed a financial institution because his family was facing eviction pleaded guilty Wednesday to aggravated robbery.
James Tourle, 39, admitted to taking $7,000 on Sept. 4 from a teller at the Municipal Credit Union during a lunchtime holdup. Tourle told the teller he had a bomb in his backpack and that he would “blow up a public place if things went bad and he had nothing to lose,” according to a statement read by Assistant State’s Attorney Jennifer Patton.
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