The man didn't look like a bank boss.
Josue Silva, 22, was sweaty and sported headphones as he walked into a Wells fargo Bank in DeLeon Springs Thursday afternoon, headed directly to the manager's office, ann then claimed that he was the “boss of the bank,” according to a news release from the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.
He demanded “stacks,” meaning cash, and when the manager turned him down he then pounded on tellers’ windows while demanding money, the release stated.
One teller reportedly asked Silva if he had a check or debit card. He rolled his eyes and tried another teller who asked him for his driver license. “I don’t need it. I’m the boss,” he told them, according to the release.
When they refused to cfork over the loot, Silva allegedly rolled his eyes and finally walked away.
Unfortunately for Silva, a bank employee recognized him and deputies were able to quickly arrest him at his home. Silva never said or implied he had a weapon.
Now he can be boss of the jail.
The staff at the Volusia County jail ought to recognize him also, it's his 9th booking there, according to inmate records.Copyright © 2015, CT Now