Babysitter Arrested After Using Kids in Bank Holdup

A babysitter in Colorado is accused of robbing a bank’s drive-through with kids in her car by claiming there was a man inside threatening the children. The suspect, identified as Rachel Einspahr, has been arrested and faces robbery charges and two counts of child abuse for using kids in the scam. Police in the town of Severance say Einspahr handed a bank teller a note Friday that said a man in her car wanted money and would harm her kids if he didn’t get it. The teller obliged and gave back $500, but Einspahr was pulled over by police minutes later. Police quickly discovered that no man had been in the vehicle and Einspahr was the children’s babysitter, not mother.