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Ulysses Corwin Nevermissashot is bank robber's real name

By KRISTEN BUTLER, UPI.com   |   Aug. 12, 2013 at 8:20 AM   |   Comments

Aug. 12 (UPI) -- The man accused of robbing the U.S. Bank in Quilcene, Washington may just have the best bank-robbing name ever: Ulysses Corwin Nevermissashot.

Nevermissashot, 26, allegedly robbed a bank teller at gunpoint -- the first robbery at the branch since it opened in the 1970s. No shots were fired, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

After Nevermissashot got away on foot with an undisclosed sum of money, investigators found a still-smoldering hand-rolled cigarette at the scene which carried his DNA.

A black plastic bag dropped at the scene also carried the fingerprint of Nevermissashot's roommate, who said she was missing a package of black plastic bags.

Nevermissashot has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree robbery, and is being held in Jefferson County jail on $50,000 bond. Having moved to town just two months before the alleged robbery, Nevermissashot is considered a flight risk.

Court records show that Nevermissashot in 2007 pleaded guilty to domestic violence and third-degree assault in Kitsap County, and was sentenced to 13 months minus 95 days time served. Nevermissashot was also convicted of third-degree assault in Klickitat County after a 2004 incident.

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