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CU System brief (12/23/2010)
* JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (12/28/10)--An ATM belonging to Jacksonville, Fla.-based Vystar CU was pulled from its base and damaged by a front-end loader that fled with the machine at about 3:50 a.m. Monday UPI.com Dec. 22). Police responding to a burglar alarm at the credit union found a trail of debris that led to a suspect in a front-end loader, which was attempting to turn from the highway onto a bike trail. The driver failed to stop for police, then put the Caterpillar into reversed and headed for a patrol car, which evaded a collision. The driver finally stopped the vehicle. Police arrested Robert Anderson, 31, who was charged with burglary of more than $1,000 and aggravated assault. Although the ATM was severely damaged, its cash cartridge remained intact, the report said …


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