Paul McCowns told Cleveland 19 News he went to the Huntington branch inside Giant Eagle on Biddulph Avenue in Brooklyn on Dec. 1.
“I had got a new job. I worked there for about three weeks,” he said.
“They tried to call my employer numerous times. He never picked up the phone,” he said.
The paycheck was for a little more than $1,000. Tellers told him they couldn’t cash it.
“I get in my truck and the squad car pull in front of me and he says get out the car,” McCowns said.
What he didn’t know is that as he was leaving the bank, employees called 9-1-1 on him.
It’s not even like my man walked in with a blank check that had $1,000,00 scribbled in green crayon.
And the check was from an electric company. I don’t know much about Brooklyn, Ohio, a place that sounds made up, but I imagine they don’t have an abundance of local electric companies running up and down the block.
They don’t want us to be poor. We have to pull ourselves up from our bootstraps and stop taking advantage of the system. They don’t want us to have
I hope these bank tellers need electrical work done at their homes and Paul McCowns shows up and completely destroys the interior of their houses.
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