Black Lives Matter Protester Phelon Davis, 29 Teller For Wells Fargo Stole $185,440 From White Homeless Man


A former bank teller at a Washington DC Wells Fargo branch stole more than $185,000 from a homeless man who banked there, according to court filings. Phelon Davis, 29, pleaded guilty in the US District Court to interstate transportation of stolen property, according to the United State's Attorney's Office. Davis, of District Heights, Maryland, will likely spend 18 to 30 months in prison and, under his plea agreement, will pay back the homeless man the $185,400 he stole. His federal offense carries a maximum jail term of 10 years. His crimes were interstate because he transferred stolen money between the nation's capital and Maryland. Davis was an employee of the M Street NW Wells Fargo in Washington back in October 2014, reports the Washington Post. The homeless man, a street vendor and a long-time customer of the branch, brought a large amount of cash in a bag to the bank branch. Source

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  1. Homeless guy with $185,000? Must be REALLY expensive housing where he lives.

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  2. job pays well no overhead....food free... rent free...

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