If he was shooting for jail time, he lived true to his name.
Ulysses Corwin Nevermissashot -- yes, that's his real name -- was arrested Tuesday in connection to the November robbery of a U.S. Bank teller at gunpoint in Quilcene, Wash. No shots were fired in the alleged robbery, but Nevermissashot fled with an undisclosed amount of cash, according to the Peninsula Daily News.
Forensic evidence tied him to the crime, police said, adding that a smoldering hand-rolled cigarette found near the bank carried his DNA. A black plastic bag he dropped at the scene also carried his finger print, UPI reports.
It was the first time the bank branch had ever been robbed. Nobody was injured.
Nevermissashot's bail reduct request was denied by a judge. The suspected robber was accused in 2007 of sexually assaulting a girl in Poulsbo, over the course of several years. He was charged with second-degree rape in September of that year, and pleaded guilty to domestic violence and third-degree assault, according to the Kitsap Sun.
Investigators think that there may have been accomplices in the bank robbery. Anyone with information should contact Jefferson County Sheriff’s Detective Brett Anglin at 360-385-3831 or firstname.lastname@example.org.