The ugly saga of Dallas firefighter Jesus Ventura took an even uglier turn last week when Ventura allegedly robbed a Dallas bank and a gas station.
You may recall, Ventura created an uproar when he entered a Dallas fire station on March 8, 2012 and fired a handgun. His arrest several days later created even more headlines when a group of freelancing police officers accompanied by television cameras arrested Ventura disrupting the plans of an assigned group of officers were negotiating his peaceful surrender.
Ventura had been suspended from the department over the original incident, when he walked into Dallas Chase Bank branch and demanded money. After receiving an undisclosed sum, Ventura gave the teller back $20 as a tip. He was later apprehended following a robbery of a nearby gas station.
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