72-Year-Old Man Sends Meth Through Texas Bank Deposit Tube
How do you know when it's time to take Grandpa's license away? When he drives to his local bank and sticks Meth in the deposit canister!
Now, there was a time when sending things through the banks deposit delivery tube was funny, but it's been a while. I'll admit I have always wanted to do a show when bank tellers call in and mention some of the dumb stuff people put in those canister thingys.
In this instance in Wichita Country, Texas it's hard to say what really happened. According to USA Today, a 73-year-old man tried to deposit almost a gram of Meth while sitting in the drive-thru at a First Bank location.
Luis Kent seemed to be going about his business making a loan payment and depositing checks/cash. The teller took all this out of the bank tube and that's when they found Luis's meth.
The Clerk who opened the tube locked the substance in a drawer until the police arrived. The bags contents did test positive for Methamphetamine. Kent's bail is set at $5,000.