Ex-armored car driver sentenced to probation for theft
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A former Nebraska armored car employee convicted of stealing money he was supposed to be guarding has been sentenced to probation.
Omaha television station KETV reports that 23-year-old Manuel Torres-Zapien was sentenced Monday to three years’ probation for one count of bank theft.
Police say that on Sept. 5, 2017, while employed as a driver for Rochester Armored Car, he took a bag of cash bound for a gas station ATM. Police say the money belonged to Security National Bank.
Investigators say Torres-Zapien admitted to taking the bag containing $20,000, and returned it in full.
Information from: KETV-TV, http://www.ketv.com