May 4, 2005 at 6:48 PM CDT - Updated July 2 at 8:46 PM
In an exclusive interveiw, Newswatch reporter Stefanie Silvey, spoke with one of the two men suspected of Tuesday's robbery an ensuing high speed chase through Evansville.
Terrance Lee Mackey, 62, (also known as Terrance Rudolph) and William Ricky Wayne Herrell, 26, were arrested Tuesday after police say they lead law enforcement through Evansville after robbing First Federal Bank.
They were transported to Henderson County Jail while waiting for extradition to Evansville.
"I'm positive I didn't shoot. I was just driving, bullets were flying everywhere, I was just trying to get out of the way."
"What about your friend though, he says you all did go to the bank?"
"I don't know, I don't think so, I think I would remember that......He did say that? Can we stop rolling for just one second. What? Go ahead and kill that man."
"We didn't hit anybody did we?"
"I don't know, it was just my time. You can only fish so long before something is going to bite."
"And you got bit?"
"Yeah, they finally bit back, I guess."
"Baby Girl, I wasn't shooting at no body, or nothing. I don't know nothing about that, I didn't really expect to make it this far to the jail."
"I didn't think I'd be sitting here doing all this, I thought I'd either be fishing or digging up worms, pushing up worms."
"I never figured seeing myself come back to jail or prison again, but here I am again. "
"What were you originally in for?"
"A little bit of everything, I've been doing time since I was 10 years old."
"It's not over til it's over, I'm a fighting (expletive)..I'll go swinging out."
"300 years and life, it's all the same, it's all a life sentence."
"He's old and got brain damage and that's the truth, he just got out of the hospital."
"Aah, it's up to 12 jurors."
"This won't be the last you see of me, I promise. I'll be back, I always make the come back."
"I can't stand Kentucky and Evansville, shoooo, nothing against the people there, but I couldn't live there either."
"Stay the hell out of Evansville, and Kentucky, the fish don't bite worth a damn."