This single mother led police on a high speed chase, after robbing a bank. When she robbed a bank, she claimed she had a bomb, but when police searched her truck that turned over, there was no bomb. Ancelly Green allegedly had financial issues, says her neighbor.
Sisters, this is very sad, after learning Green is not the type of woman to rob a bank. However, she was just evicted from her nice home and her neighbor allegedly claimed she tried to sell her truck the day before, which eventually turned over during the high speed chase.
It's nothing but God, Ancelly Green did not lose her life. For the rest of you sisters, we plead with you not to do anything foolish like rob a bank and threatened you have a bomb. If police think you are a threat, they could very well kill you.
Many of you black women may think you would never do such a thing, but a lot of our sisters have made mistakes because when you are in a financial bind, you don't know what to do, especially when you have no one to help you or no where to turn. Let us pray for Ancelly Green, because we know deep down inside she probably is a very good person, life just got very difficult and she did not know what else to do.
Now sisters, we are not making excuses for Ancelly, because there is never one, but we deeply feel when some of our sisters are stressed, they just snap, you know, they sort of just lose it. In the meantime, we will keep Green in our prayers. Thank God she was not hurt or any of the police officers who were chasing her.
Accused bank robber is single mother with financial troubles
By Darryl Carver, FOX 5 reporter
COBB COUNTY, Ga. - A judge denied bond to a woman accused of robbing a Cobb County bank and leading authorities on a chase.
Ancelly Green made her first appearance before a Cobb County magistrate on Monday after being charged with robbing a bank, leading police on a high speed interstate chase and...Read full article, here.