New details in Bucket List Bandit arrest
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A small-town Oklahoma police officer says a man suspected of being the ``Bucket List Bandit'' for robbing 10 banks in nine states and mentioning to bank tellers that he only had months to live appeared extremely nervous after running a stop sign near an eastern Oklahoma casino.
Roland Assistant Police Chief David Goode said Monday he quickly realized something was wrong when he approached 54-year-old Michael Eugene Brewster after Brewster ran a stop sign Thursday in the small eastern Oklahoma town.
Goode says Brewster appeared uncomfortable and that the license plate on the Chevrolet SUV he was driving didn't match the vehicle.
Goode says a search of Brewster and the vehicle uncovered a loaded gun and dye-stained currency.
Brewster is in the Muskogee County Jail awaiting extradition to Pennsylvania.
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