Michael Eugene Brewster of Pensacola, Florida, was arrested Thursday in Oklahoma during a routine traffic stop. Police pulled him over for driving a vehicle that was reported stolen. The Utah license plates on the vehicle were fake, reports the FBI.

Brewster began his suspected crime spree in June when he robbed a bank in Colorado. From there he allegedly went on to repeat his crime in eight other states before he was caught in mid-September.

In addition to Colorado, Brewster is reported to have robbed banks in Arizona, Idaho, Utah, North Carolina, Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, and Pennsylvania.

It's unclear how much he allegedly stole although it's at least more than $4,080. That amount was listed on the arrest warrant as what was stolen from a Pennsylvania bank, reports Associate Press.

Am I the only one who noticed that the one bank he robbed all he got was $4,000.00? I mean, if you are going to go through and rob a bank, aren't you supposed to get more than that? #stupid