Authorities arrest bank robber who told teller she had a bomb
NEW ORLEANS - Authorities arrested a female Wednesday accused robbing a bank in New Orleans.
Catholine Hammett, 28, allegedly robbed an Iberia Bank in New Orleans Jan. 8th around 2:20 p.m. When Hammett entered the bank she ordered the teller to give her money and stated that she had a bomb. Hammett then fled the bank on foot.
Hours after she fled the scene the FBI and NOPD arrested Hammett around 5:30 p.m.
Hammet is booked into St. Bernard Parish Jail on Bank Robbery charges.
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