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'Dumb Ass Robbing Bank' Won't Fight Charge



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    A man who wrote a note that read "Dumb Ass Robbing Bank" pleaded no contest this week to the charges against him. Photo: Bionicteaching on Flickr

    A man who allegedly tried to rob a bank by handing the teller a note that read "Dumb Ass Robbing Bank" pleaded no contest Thursday.

    Paul Stoliker faces up to 14 years in prison for robbery and second-degree burglary for trying to rob a U.S. Bank on Second Avenue in downtown San Mateo on Dec. 14, according to SF Gate.

    The 42-year-old allegedly walked into the bank and handed the teller a note that said a dumb ass was robbing the bank.

    The teller was surprised by the note and asked Stolkier if he was okay. She also reportedly told him that the Mills Health Center was down the street.

    Stolkier reportedly told the teller that he was fine and that while he was unarmed he was sorry he "had to do this to you."

    He made off with $1,330 before being walking into a Chase Bank just a few miles away about 30 minutes later and asking the teller for the closest place to obtain medical help was.

    Stolkier then reportedly handed the second teller a demand not and made off with $3,230 more.

    Nearby hospitals were informed about Stolkier and that a man matching his description may be visiting them.

    Stolkier was found at Immediate Care on North El Camino Real where he was asking for a prescription for Oxycontin or Vicodin.