Nick Gage Surrenders To Police; Faces Bank Robbery Charge



Independent wrestler Nicholas Wilson (a/k/a Nick Gage) surrendered to police Friday after being sought in connection with the Dec. 22 robbery of the PNC Bank branch in Collingswood, New Jersey.

Wilson, 30, was committed to the Camden County Correctional Facility, Camden, on a robbery charge, Camden county Prosecutor Warren Faulk said. He is being held in lieu of $150,000 cash bail.

The journeyman wrestler is accused of stealing $3,000 during a robbery of the PNC Bank. He allegedly approached a teller and gave her a note demanding money. If she did not comply, the note indicated that he would shoot her.

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