Man arrested after mistakenly depositing two bags of cocaine at a bank

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David Pangallo, 34, faces charges after an incident at a drive-through bank

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A man was arrested after he mistakenly deposited two bags of cocaine with his cash to a teller at a Colorado bank.

David Pangallo, 34, was at a drive-thru bank in Jefferson County on Friday when he attempted to deposit cash through a tube, according to the sheriff’s department.

Included with the cash was allegedly two bags of cocaine.

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The teller immediately called the authorities about the suspected drugs were deposited.

According to the sheriff’s office, Pangallo did not intend to deposit the cocaine, only the cash.

“Additional drugs were located in his car and he was booked through on the pending charges and released,” the sheriff’s office said.

It is unclear what charges Pangallo will face after being released from police custody, but officials did warn residents against drug use.

“Moral of the story: Don’t do drugs. Also, the bank cannot store your drugs for you,” the sheriff’s office said on its Facebook page.

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