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Burlingame bank robber who ran out of gas gets time served
March 11, 2014, 05:00 AM

A bank robber who was caught after running out of gas a half hour after taking more than $4,000 and a tracker was sentenced Monday to time served and probation.

Michael Wayne Brady, 61, faced up to two years in prison after pleading no contest to felony robbery but Monday received a 464-day sentence with credit of the equivalent amount earned while in custody on $50,000 bail.

Brady was arrested July 22 about a half hour after a man later identified as him entered the Wells Fargo bank at 1145 Broadway in Burlingame shortly before noon. The man told the teller he had a gun and was given $4,750 which included bait money and a tracker. Brady left but was apprehended about 30 minutes later in South San Francisco where he had run out of gas, according to prosecutors.

Police found the money inside his vehicle.

 

 

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