A Pennsylvania couple has been charged with shoplifting after shopping with $ 120,000 worth of money that was mistakenly credited to their bank account, according to a report.
Robert Williams and his wife, Tiffany Williams, appeared in court Tuesday after spending two and a half weeks blowing through most of their incidental rainfall costs such as cars, bills and camper, WNEP News Station reported.
Both Robert, 36, and his 35-year-old wife were indicted on charges of theft and receiving stolen property.
State Police stated that BB&T Bank deposited the dough into the couple's account on May 31 with a clerical error from a bank employee.
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They also claim they used the money for bills, car repairs, cash purchases, and gave $ 15,000 to friends, WNEP reported.
On June 20 this year. The bank contacted Tiffany for a m istake – and let her know that the money had been withdrawn from the account, which resulted in an overdraft fee of $ 107,416, the Williamsport Sun-Gazette reported.
She told the bank that she "would talk to her husband and try to build a payout agreement," police said.
But when the couple blacked out at the bank, authorities were involved in helping recover the stolen money.
Robert admitted to investigators in late July that he and his wife knew "wrongly paid money does not belong to them, but they are spending it anyway," the newspaper reported.