Woman, 55, Charged With Robbing Florida Banks Dressed as Ninja

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  • slim jim

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    Mar 18, 2008

    Thursday , April 10, 2008


    Florida police say they've found their ninja robber, and she is a 55-year-old mother and former nursing assistant.
    Betty Hudson was charged Wednesday with armed robbery after police said DNA on a ninja-like mask linked her to two bank robberies in central Florida, MyFOXOrlando.com reported.
    Hudson, dressed in black, wearing the mask and armed with a gun, allegedly walked into a Ocala bank in July 2007 and demanded money, the station reported. A couple of months before, she reportedly did the same thing at a GTE credit union.
    Hudson already was in jail on earlier robbery charges accusing her of robbing a bank in Gainesville, Fla., using the same disguise, the station reported.
    She was a nurse tech for 20 years and an ex-certified nursing assistant
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