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Man disrupts Wells Fargo in Ponte Vedra

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- A reported unruly man disrupted a Wells Fargo bank Monday in Ponte Vedra, Florida.

The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office arrived at the bank to find the suspect walking outside the building with a video camera in his hand, according to a SJCSO police report.

The unidentified man reportedly acted irrational by allegedly screaming at the employees for his money while filming it with the video recorder. The suspect left the bank and went through the drive-thru and began yelling for his money again.

The suspect left the drive-thru and parked his vehicle. He then proceeded to go back into the bank; however, the employees locked the doors.

Officers were able to secure the suspect and speak with him. The suspect allegedly told police that he had not slept in 40 hours and suffers from headaches and PTSD, which he was diagnosed after losing both his wife and son.

The suspect then said he was trying to get around $1,900 after being refused a $900,000 loan for a beach home.

According to the report, he said he was under doctors care and was on mental health medication. He was transported to Flagler Hospital without incident.


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