Man says he robbed a bank to impress Taylor Swift

Man Committed Bank Robbery To Impress Taylor Swift

"But she wasn't home when he went there". That's when he explained that he'd driven to Rhode Island in order to throw the money over her fence. He showed up at one of Taylor's shows in Austin, Texas after sending disturbing messages to the singer's father, Scott.

"We didn't know about Taylor Swift until our officers picked him up from state police to drive him back to Ansonia".

Rowley was arrested Thursday after he was spotted in Rhode Island and led police on a auto chase into CT that only ended after his vehicle's tires were flattened by a spike strip. "He began to talk all about it in the cruiser", Lynch said.

He claimed to have tried to contact Swift, but she wasn't home.

Bruce Rowley was arrested last week in Ansonia, Connecticut after he allegedly confessed to robbing a bank and then driving to the Love Story singer's retreat in nearby Rhode Island and throwing some of the money he stole over her fence, hoping she'd like the gesture. Instead, he's being held on bail for charges of robbery in second degree and larceny in the fourth degree.

The robbery took place last Wednesday at Webster Bank.

Lilly was arrested just after 4 p.m. Sunday by Beverly Hills police after trying to climb a high wall surrounding Swift's property, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

Eventually, CT state troopers were able to stop Rowley's vehicle at exit 89 where he was then taken into custody.

If you didn't guess it already, Rowley's courting didn't work. The amount of money turned over to Rowley is not known.

According to police, Rowley entered a bank and demanded money from a teller.



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