An 81-year-old Nicholson woman got upset that her bank and the Commerce Police Department expressed concern over her desire to withdraw $100,000 in cash for an “insurance investment,” according to a Commerce Police Department incident report.
The city police got involved when an employee of the bank called and said the woman wanted the cash in $1,000 bills. Bank officials said she could take the money in $100 bills, but it would not be ready until early this week. When a bank official expressed interest, she told him it was “none of his business.”
An officer called the woman, who was reportedly irate, telling the officer it was “none of my business and the bank should quit sharing her business,” the responding officer wrote in his report.
When the officer confirmed that the woman lived in Nicholson, he contacted the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, by whom he was advised that a week earlier the same woman had called to make a report of attempted telephone fraud.
Commerce police referred the matter to the sheriff's office.
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