Robbery suspect walks into police station to call his parents

Police in Eugene, Ore., didn’t have to take Nathan Bramlage very far to lock him up. The 23-year-old bank-robbery suspect was arrested after walking into a police station lobby to use a public phone in order to call his parents. An officer recognized Bramlage from surveillance video from the robbery that happened the previous day. A detective said Bramlage didn’t think police would recognize him.

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