[UPDATED:] You, Me and All the Blue Note Bandits You Know
UPDATE: Alleged "Blue Note Bandit" David Andrew Camp, 50, of Laguna Niguel, entered a not guilty plea at his arraignment today on 14 felony counts of second degree robbery. His bail was set at $500,000, and he faces a maximum sentence of 18 years in state prison if convicted on all counts.
Now that the man alleged to be the "Blue Note Bandit," accused of robbing 15 Orange County banks since late November, has been arrested, it's time to take a closer look at him.
Sadly, it's just like looking in the mirror.
He: David Andrew Camp
Me: Also biblical first name and a last name starting with a "C"
He: of Laguna Niguel
Me: Been there
He: Out-of-work salesman
Me: Barely working journo
He: Wife and two children
Me: Wife and three children (that we know of, heh-heh . . .)
He: Wears hoodies
Me: Own one
He: Called "Blue Note Bandit" because he allegedly used a blue sheet of paper for demand notes
Me: Own Blue Note records
He: "One of the most prolific bank robbers in recent history," according to Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens
Me: "One of the most prolific bloggers on Navel Gazing the past day and a half," according to Central Slightly Inland Orange County Blogger Daily
He: Severe debt issues
He: Drug habit, according to sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino
Me: Beer belly, according to my primary care physician
He: History of fraud, theft, and narcotics violations, according to Hutchens
Me: History of typos, tortured logic and assorted brain farts, according to readers
He: Reportedly spread-eagle on the ground before he was taken into custody
Me: Reportedly spread-eagled on the ground after attending recent bachelor party
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