Crime

Ohio Bank Robbers Outed By Their Own Facebook Photos (Photos)

| by Sean Kelly
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An Ohio couple was arrested after posting Facebook photos where they posed with the thousands of dollars in cash; the money was allegedly from a local bank.

John Mogan, 28, and Ashley Duboe, 24, were charged with robbing a Savings Bank in Ashville, Ohio, on Aug. 24, Daily Mail reported. Mogan reportedly walked into the bank wearing a black hoodie, which covered several facial tattoos, and handed the bank teller a note.

The teller then handed Mogan an undisclosed amount of cash, and he proceeded to leave.

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One week later, Mogan posted photos to his Facebook page with a giant wad of cash in his mouth. A relative commented on the photos, asking him to “hook a brother up.” 

Several other photos were posted with the money, including one with his girlfriend pictured as well. 

Information regarding the Facebook photos made its way to police, which led them to Mogan. A background search found that Mogan had recently been released from prison after another bank robbery in 2010. 

Morgan and Duboe were subsequently arrested and charged with robbery, a third degree felony. They were also charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony. Mogan faces at least four years in prison.

 

Duboe’s role in the robbery, despite being charged with the same offenses as her boyfriend, was not disclosed. 

They are both being held on $250,000 bond.

Sources: Daily Mail, Florida News Time / Photo credit: Facebook via Daily Mail