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- September 16, 1991
- Vol. 36
- No. 10
No More Mr. Nice Guy
After His Surrender, Texas Cops Promise There'll Be No More Mr. Nice Guy
Perry may plead guilty in exchange for a 35-year prison sentence, with eligibility for parole in eight years and nine months. In his confession, he talked about feeling suicidal after he was laid off from his job as a computer analyst in 1989. Perry said he was left "an emotional cripple, severely depressed and possessing little self-worth. Here I was nearly 50 years of age, back taxes owed to the IRS, a son at a college that I really couldn't afford..."
So he took a gun, which he insists was broken, and started holding up people. Police reports portrayed the bandit as unfailingly courteous, even promising to pay back his victims. Perry kept their business cards, meticulously noting the times, amounts and locations of his heists. "Most netted him $20 to $30," says his lawyer Rick Brass. "I think his biggest take was $1,022." Family and friends, even his wife of 26 years, Judy, a bank secretary, never suspected how Perry spent his nights. He told her he had found a night-shift job and would be unreachable by phone.
As it turns out, the bandit's spree may not have been entirely gentlemanly. Police now report that, in 1989, Perry told a 31-year-old woman to remove her clothes—apparently to keep her from following him—and then fondled her. If that turns out to be true, the nickname Gentleman Bandit can be retired.
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