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      Accused robber: 'This is a holdup. Give me a dollar'

      PORTLAND, Ore. -- A man allegedly robbed a bank for $1 and then waited there for deputies to arrest him, Clackamas County sheriff's deputies said.


      Deputies said he did so as a way to go back to jail to receive free medical care.


      "This is a holdup. Give me a dollar," the man wrote on a note that he handed to a teller at a Bank of America in Southeast Portland.


      The 50-year-old man entered the bank branch at 9171 S.E. 82nd Ave., demanded the buck, received it and then went and had a seat in the lobby, deputies said.


      Deputies said they arrived to the find the man waiting to be arrested.


      The man, identified as Tim Alsip, was granted his wish: He was booked in the Clackamas County Jail on suspicion of robbery charges.


      It was not clear what Alsip's medical needs were.

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