Texas Bank Robbing Family – The ‘Ties That Bind’
When I was growing up, keeping it “in the family” meant having dinner together, going on outings together, going to sis’s Girl Scout’s ceremony, and her, to my opening day of Little League.
Obviously, 50 year old Ronald Catt, had a much different upbringing when it came to the theory of relativity. And no, I’m not talking about Einstein’s mathematical equation regarding gravitational phenomena.
It appears that Mr. Catt had home schooled his 20 year old son and 18 year old daughter in the art of finance. Not the Wall Street sentiments served up by Gordon Gekko, but rather, following in the footsteps of Bonnie & Clyde.
The trio had a regular appetite for robbing banks in Oregon and here in — Texas! The last heist occurring on October 1. Investigators say the men entered the financial institutions wearing bad disguises, while “Bonnie” drove the get-away vehicle. Jesse James just turned over in his grave!
Here’s a tip to all would-be robbers: Don’t take the family to Home Depot, then buy your hold up wardrobe on credit, only to recognized on in-store surveillance, soon after the crime was committed.
Right now, the newest members of the Fort Bend County Jail near Katy, Texas are trying to post bail with their own money, since they won’t be allowed to use any of the stolen cash.