Florida Man Commits 2 Robberies Because He Was ‘Bored’

Florida man Nicolas Zapater-Lamadrid, 45, is sitting in the Orange County Jail after he allegedly robbed a TD Bank and a Circle K gas station in Orlando two days apart because he was “bored” and had an “impulse problem,” Orlando police said.

On Dec. 5, at approximately 9:30 a.m., Orlando police were dispatched to the TD Bank located in the 2400 block of South Orange Ave near East Michigan Street, where a teller was handed a typed note with the words “assault” and “money.” Zapater-Lamadrid took off running after receiving the money. The bank tellers also told detectives they believed the robber was carrying a firearm because his hand was in his pocket.

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Two Days Later,. on Dec. 7, at approximately 7 p.m., at a Circle K in the 2700 block of South Fern Creek Avenue, also near East Michigan Street, Zapater-Lamadrid handed the clerk a typed note that read, “Give me all the money and a pack of 305’s 100’s please.” (at least he was polite about it.)

During the robbery, Zapater-Lamadrid kept his hands in his pockets implying he had a weapon. During both robberies, he was wearing the same black hat with “POLICE” across the front and the same pair of sunglasses. 

When Orlando police officers arrived on the scene a couple minutes later, they said Zapater-Lamadrid was standing in front of the store with the stolen money and cigarettes on him.

He gave Orlando police a full confession after his arrest stating that he robbed the Circle K because he was “bored” and has an “impulse problem.”

Zapater-Lamadrid was transported to the Orange County Jail where he was charged with one count of robbery with threat of a weapon, and one count of resisting an officer without violence. He is still in jail with his bond set at $10,000.

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