Every student loves when their parents check them out of school early. But to rob a bank?
Tawander Simmons was arrested last Friday in Atlanta, GA along with three other teenagers on charges of robbing a Wells Fargo bank and leading police on a high speed chase.
According to WGCL, the 35 year-old woman of Stone Mountain checked her 17 year-old son, Benny Brice and two other boys, out of Stephenson High School early on Friday morning. The four then robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Lilburn, GA, 20 miles outside Atlanta.
According to investigators, Simmons had a gun when she approached a bank teller and demanded money. Bank surveillance cameras snapped pictures of her and the boys as the robbery took place. One of the teenage boys entered the bank with his hands in his pocket while the other wielded a gun. The three boys then ran to an awaiting car and they were later chased by Lilburn police.
The four individuals crashed into a railroad track, where police arrested Simmons, her son, and 18 year-old Glenn Broom and 17 year-old David Rollins.