Babysitter robs bank with kids in car
Investigators working the robbery case eventually tracked down Einspahr and discovered that she was not an innocent victim, but the prime suspect in the robbery. She told detectives that she had planned the robbery and used the children, who were children she was hired to babysit, as props. She went on to say that she planned the robbery alone, and that she wanted the money to pay $15,000.00 up front as part of her restitution in a forgery and felony theft case she was involved in from Evans, Colorado.
Eihspahr is currently being held at the Weld County Jail, and is charged with robbery and two counts of child abuse. The children involved in the robbery were not harmed.
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