A former armored car driver who took a bag of money bound for an ATM has been placed on three years’ probation.
23-year-old Manuel Torres-Zapien of Bellevue admitted to taking the bag, which contained $20,000 in cash, and returned the money.
Federal prosecutors say Torres-Zapien was driving the Rochester Armored Car on September 5th of last year. He was supposed to deliver 61 bags of currency to the ATM at a Bucky’s Gas Station. Instead, he only delivered 60 bags.
Rochester discovered the discrepancy during a log check.