Attempted Robbery

By Kerri O'Hara

July 22, 2010 Updated Apr 15, 2006 at 8:06 PM EDT

An attempted bank robbery in Binghamton leads police to a whole lot more.

At about 9:45 Saturday morning, 37-year-old Debra Calderone-White went to Partners Trust Bank on Robinson Street in Binghamton where, according to Binghamton Police, she told a teller that she was about to do something stupid, that she wanted $300, and she had a gun. When the teller refused to give Calderone-White money, she left.

Police found her outside in a car with 16-year-old Tyrone Walker. In the car, police found crack cocaine. Walker is charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal sale of a controlled substance. Calderone-White is charged with attempted robbery.

Both are due to be arraigned Saturday.

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