Lorain boy, 17, admits to cross-dressing bank heist

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ELYRIA — A 17-year-old Lorain boy admitted to helping rob the Chase bank in South Lorain last November. The boy made the admission yesterday in Lorain County Juvenile Court, according to defense attorney Michael Stepanik.

The boy admitted to two counts each of juvenile delinquency by reason of aggravated robbery and theft, according to Stepanik. Lorain police said the boy dressed as a woman to rob the bank at 2232 Fairless Drive on Nov. 13 and to an unrelated theft the night before.

“He took immediate responsibility for this,” Stepanik said. “He recognized what he did was wrong.”

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