Crime: Never Too Old For a Heist

Never Too Old For a Heist

Residents of northern Colorado can sleep a little easier now that 82-year-old Jack Kelm is back behind bars. Two weeks ago, police nabbed the octogenarian as he pedaled away from an alleged stickup at a Longmont, Colo., bank on a stolen bicycle. Kelm has confessed to a string of stickups committed, he said, to supplement his Social Security check. With a rap sheet covering nearly seven decades, he is believed to be the oldest bank robber on record. If convicted of all charges, Kelm could be sentenced to 120 years in the slammer.


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