LACEY, NJ – According to Patch, a man threatened to kill Chase Bank employees on Monday, May 4.
The man was identified as 41-year-old Thomas Vance. Vance reportedly left the bank drive-thru and went into the bank when he threatened to kill the employees.
The incident was reported by the bank staff at 1:53 p.m.
Officer Jason Lee saw Vance driving recklessly from the bank parking lot and was pulled over on Eagleswood Avenue.
Vance was jailed in Ocean County Correctional Facility plus charged with a DWI, terroristic threats, false public alarm, and reckless driving.
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