DALLAS (AP) - Federal officials say a woman robbed a Dallas bank
with her 4-month-old premature baby in the getaway car.
The U.S. Attorney's Office said Wednesday the baby boy - who was
on oxygen because he was born prematurely - was exposed to noxious fumes from the exploding dye packet in the money but was not
injured. The baby's in the custody of a family member.
A federal grand jury indicted Inequa Rushing on bank robbery and
conspiracy to commit bank robbery charges Tuesday. Her attorney
didn't immediately return a call Wednesday.
After the Jan. 19 robbery, police found Rushing's purse in the bank parking lot. Dye-stained money and Rushing's identification were inside. Rushing and the getaway car driver were arrested later.