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Homeless man charged with Wailea bank robbery

March 21, 2013
The Maui Weekly

A report from the Maui Police Department revealed bail was set at $20,000 for a homeless man who was charged with robbing the Wailea branch of First Hawaiian Bank on the morning of Thursday, March 14. Michael Flocco, 33, was charged with second-degree robbery after police executed a warrant and found $1,880, including $1,550 that was confirmed to have been stolen in the robbery. The robber entered the Wailea branch of First Hawaiian Bank at 161 Wailea Iki Place in the Wailea Town Center, approached a teller with a note demanding that money be placed in a paper bag, then fled on a moped. After viewing the bank's surveillance tapes and conferring with bank employees, the suspect "was positively identified as the same person who robbed the bank."

 
 

 

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