SPRING HILL, FLORIDA – A man who confused Taco Bell with the Tampa bank was arrested Wednesday.
According to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, the director of Bank of America was in the bank’s lane, seeing a man who was absent from the steering wheel of a blue sedan and reported the disabled driver. The bank manager stated that he hit the window for a while to wake up the man in the car.
After the man woke up, he learned he was not on the Taco Bell. But before moving away from the area, he asked the
bank manager for a burrito.
The deputy sheriff who came to the area upon the notice of the bank manager found 28-year-old Douglas Francisco at the wheel.
The statement of Francisco, who had an arrest report, was slightly different. He stated that his actions were slowed down due to the delay of reaction to the questions of the deputies and being under the influence of prescription narcotics.
After several investigations, Francisco was arrested. It was stated in the arrest report that prescription drugs
named Oxycodone and Xanax were found.
Francisco was transferred to Hernando County Prison after his investigation. The bail of the man is 1000 dollars.
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