Woman had first date from hell after app match forced her to help him rob bank

A lady had to ransack a bank during her first date with a man she met on a web based dating application, police say.

Christopher Castillo, 33, was condemned to five years in jail on Tuesday for burglarizing the Bristol County Savings Bank in Attleboro Falls, Massachusetts in December 2016 while out on the town with the anonymous lady.

The lady told police she picked Castillo up from his folks’ home in Rhode Island at that point drove him 30-minutes toward North Attleboro, Massachusetts.

She said Castillo drank wine while in the front seat of her vehicle at that point advised her to pull over once they moved toward the bank.

He left her in the vehicle for a couple of moments before he abruptly returned running, perspiring while at the same time wearing a shades and displaying a weapon with $1,000 money close by.

Investigators said while Castillo was in the bank, he demonstrated a teller a firearm and requested the cash, saying he was ‘truly harming.’ The teller gave the cash over and he ran out of the bank.

‘Screwing go,’ he advised her, as indicated by the lady.

The lady told police she ‘froze’ and did as she was told.

In any case, when she saw the police lights in her rearview reflect, she quickly pulled over and left the vehicle.

Castillo remained inside the vehicle and dodged from police until officials hauled him out. As they did, Castillo ‘fiercely battled,’ and spit on the officials at that point disclosed to them the weapon was not stacked.

Police looked through the vehicle and found a classical handgun, which had a place with Castillo’s stepfather, a cap, shades and the $1,000.

Castillo was condemned to three years for furnished burglary and two years for attacking cops, as indicated by Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn.

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