Police slapped the cuffs on an employee in an office of research integrity in connection to four bank robberies.
One employee apparently didn't heed the lessons her office taught, leading to her arrest this past weekend.
An employee in the University of Kentucky’s Office of Research Integrity was charged with multiple counts of bank robbery spanning two years, according to NBC affiliate LEX18.
Police took Crystal Little into custody at her home Saturday after she allegedly held up a PNC Bank nearby.
Police are charging her with three other robberies that took place starting in 2010, according to the Lexington Herald Leader.
In all four cases, the suspect wore sunglasses, a surgical mask and a pink toboggan, also known as a knit hat.
Little has pleaded not guilty.