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The latest on a woman who used her car as a moped to steal millions of dollars from a bank in New Jersey: A man is accused of stealing more than $15 million from a Bank of America branch in the city of Trenton, New Jersey, authorities said.
On Wednesday, investigators arrested David H. Stavrok, 56, of the city, New Brunswick, on charges that he broke into the branch in June 2016 and stole $15.6 million, authorities in Trenton said in a statement.
The stolen money was deposited in an account held by Stavros at Bank of New Jersey at 1701 East Main Street, police said.
Stravros allegedly then used the money to purchase a Mercedes Benz and a 2014 Chevrolet Impala.
Investigators said Stavrot, a father of two, had been in the bank for about five years.
He was charged with bank fraud and aggravated bank robbery.