Photo: From left to right are Ladesion Riley, Christopher Alton, Sashondre Dugas, and also Darius Dugas in photos released by the Nashville Police Department.
A man that raps about robbing ATMs was detained for robbing an ATM. Ladesion Riley, 30, was among four people arrested in Tennessee on Monday.
The Nashville Police Department says the four performed a plot to rob an ATM technician as he serviced a Bank of America machine.
Darius Dugas, 27, Sashondre Dugas, 32, as well as Christopher Alton, 27, from Houston, Texas, were also jailed. The four were picked up just after they checked out of a motel.
Cops say two of them came close to the victim from behind as well as informed him to not do anything foolish and hand over the money.
Detectives were able to establish that one of the getaway cars, a Hyundai Elantra, had been rented from Hertz. Making use of info supplied by Hertz, investigators, with the assistance of aviation units, discovered the Hyundai and also a maroon Jeep that accompanied it parked at the Motel 6 in Dickson.
Investigators watched as what seemed cash was loaded right into the Jeep. When the Dugas couple as well as Riley pulled away from the motel in the Jeep, and as Alton drove away in the Hyundai, Dickson Police moved in with the assistance of the Nashville Police Department and also the FBI.
The vehicles pulled over as well as the 4 were taken into custody without incident. Authorities released pictures of the money that was located in the trunk.
The four face federal charges and the FBI is investigating whether they committed similar robberies somewhere else.
Riley performs under the name ‘213 Jugg god’ and has released music videos on YouTube.
His latest song is called “Make it Home” and refers to robbing ATM machines.
The Houston Police Officers’ Union mocked him in a Facebook post after his arrest, saying: “IRONY: When you make a rap song called ‘Make It Home’, about bank jugging and hitting ATM’s out of state, and then don’t make it home to Houston.”
Jugging is slang for following unsuspecting victims to rob them.
The cops union likewise noted that Riley was currently out on felony bond with a long rap sheet.