Bangor Robbery Suspect Silent In Court 

The woman accused of robbing the Bangor Savings Bank on State Street in Bangor Tuesday appeared in federal court this morning, but she didn’t have much to say.25-year-old Matisha Marie Pitts from the Bangor area didn’t respond to federal judge John Woodcock when he asked her direct questions.Her lawyer, Virginia Villa, told the judge Pitts does have a history of treatment for mental illness. Pitts will be held without bail until she undergoes a mental competency evaluation. “I don’t usually move for a competency evaluation without a good reason,” Villa told reporters. “What you saw in the courtroom is a good reason why.”According to court documents, Pitts handed the teller a note stating she had a weapon and demanded cash. The note said if anyone tried to stop her, she’d start shooting. The FBI says Pitts was given nearly $1400 cash, then left in a taxi.Police arrested her a short time later in an apartment on Kenduskeag Avenue. They say she had around $800 in her purse but they didn’t find any weapons.If convicted, pitts faces up to 20-years behind bars.