Ocala, FL (November 16, 2018) - A man pulled over for a traffic violation today turned out to be a wanted bank robber that police and the federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been searching for.

  Myron William Ernst had attempted to rob a Wells Fargo earlier in the day and successfully committed another armed bank robbery back in early October. Ernst is wanted by the FBI for a total of seven bank robberies between Florida and Alabama. The Ocala Police department has been working with the FBI on capturing the fugitive.

  As of today, the Ocala law enforcement has charged him with one count of attempted armed robbery.

Ocala, FL - Man Wanted By FBI For Bank Robbery Arrested

Bank Robbery Laws in Florida

Bank robbery is a very severe crime with some of the harshest possible penalties. Because almost all banks are federally insured, bank robbery is a federal crime. This means that you have incurred the full attention and wrath of the United States Government and they will be aiming to see that you get the maximum possible sentence and fines.  For armed bank robbery that means the terrifying penalty of up to 20 years in prison and a $15,000 fine.

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