Guilty Conscience Leads to Confession

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

Gulfport police say a 61-year-old Louisiana man walked into the Harrison County Adult Detention Center and confessed to a 2005 bank robbery.

Sgt. Chris Ryle told The Sun Herald that Dale Evans Mott of Jennings, La., said he turned himself in because of the guilt.

Police had been unable to solve the Feb. 10, 2005, holdup at an AmSouth Bank branch until Monday.

Police booked Mott on an armed robbery charge. Justice Court Judge Diane Ladner set bond at $100,000.


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  • by bubba on Oct 13, 2010 at 04:01 PM
    dumb ___ is all i can say. he must be about to die and trying to get rat with GOD
  • by Citizen Location: Meridian on Oct 13, 2010 at 02:12 PM
    Things like this are so very rare, but when it happens, it restores faith in man. I'm proud of this person--he did the right thing! Again...RARE!!!
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