Here are some things not to do if you’re planning on robbing a bank: don’t leave a Google search on your home computer that includes queries like “what happens when you rob a bank”, ”what happens when you rob a house”, “what happens if you rob a drug dealer”, or “if you’re going to rob a bank”.
According to Weymouth police, that’s what they found at the home of their prime suspect in Friday’s robbery of Weymouth Bank on Columbian street.
Placed under arrest are 27-year-old Sarah McLoud of Weymouth and 28-year-old Robert Owens of Bridgewater. Police say both had been under surveilance for allegedly running a heroin distribution business out of McLoud’s Torrey Street residence. Also arrested was 30-year-old Daniel Murphy of Quincy, who reportedly drove the getaway car.
After excuting a search warrant at the Torrey Street address police found cash from the bank robbery, a significant amount of heroin packaged for sale and the clothing believed to worn by McLoud during the bank robbery.
Police also determined that Owens was an accomplice in the bank robbery and McLoud’s escape.
All three are facing arraignment Tuesday in Quincy District Court on various charges. McLoud and Owens’ charges include unarrmed robbery, conspiracy to distribute heroin, and possession with intent to distribute class c xanax.
Murphy’s charges include accessory after the fact to the bank robbery,and possession of suboxone – subsequent offense.