Nancy Waro dialed 911 Monday morning to report a bank robbery in Port Richey, Florida.
A few minutes later, she was arrested for robbing the bank.
Waro walked into a Bank Atlantic branch, handed the teller a note demanding money and received $1,900 in cash.
As the teller reached for the panic button under her desk, Waro pulled out her cellphone and called 911, prompting an officer patrolling the area and Chief Dave Brown to go to the bank.
Even before the officers walked through the door, Waro had her hands in the air and said, "I robbed the bank."
"It was one of the quickest bank robberies I'd ever worked," Brown said.
Police are still investigating why Waro dialed 911. Brown said there may be "more issues" involved in the case, but declined to comment further. Waro was charged with robbery, and was held in lieu of $10,000 bail. (info from TampaBay.com)