A 40-year-old Monmouth Beach man who once robbed a bank and then turned himself in is under arrest again, this time for robbing the Broad Street branch of Sovereign Bank on Tuesday.
The Asbury Park Press has the story.
The Press reports that Martin N. Racioppi, who was on parole from his prior conviction, demanded money from a Sovereign teller at 4:15p Tuesday and walked off with more than $5,000. No weapon was involved, according to authorities.
Monmouth County Prosecutor Luis Valentin told the Press that Racioppi was arrested Wednesday in Monmouth Beach, but not as his home. Racioppi is reported to be in the Monmouth County Jail on robbery and parole violation charges.