It’s a sad day for Gyantunplugged.com. Yesterday ATL commuters were caught up the middle of a police chase, and foiled bank robbery attempt by one of my former assistants Mrs. Ancely Green.
Ancely worked as my Personal Assistant two years ago while I was filming “Gyantunplugged TV”. Her warm, maternal demeanor was refreshing. And being a good judgement of character you can imagine my horrific surprise to hear the news report of a robbery followed by Ancely’s name.
Yesterday I was stuck in the melee after returning from a Zaxbys’s run. Who could knew that the insane traffic jam was due to someone I knew, and who I still have great respect for.
I won’t pretend to know what happened. Nor will I make any judgement calls until all the facts are released. But what’s obvious is life can change for any of us in a blink of an eye. And to risk being in jail for years, it makes you seriously wonder how someone with such potential, and with three kids, would get herself involved in such a heart-wrenching situation. To this day Green gave me the most amazing gift that I still cherish.
A mother of three accused of robbing a bank, and then leading police on a wild, high speed chase was denied bond by a Cobb County judge on Tuesday.
According to Dana Pierce with Cobb County police, 39-year-old Ancely Faye Green walked into the SunTrust Bank on Mars Hill Road around 11 a.m. and claimed she had an explosive device. They say she made off with $425.
A police chase then ensued just before noon from Mars Hill Road to Macland Road, then west on Windy Hill Road to Interstate 75.
GDOT officials say speeds in the chase reached 120 mph. Police say the chase ended when the Green’s vehicle overturned after it apparently hit a median near the Mount Paran Road exit at I-75. There were no injuries.
The family is in my prayers.
Find out more on Ancely F. Green on her facebook page here
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