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The hundreds of thousands of dollars that Xaviar Babudar allegedly robbed from credit unions and banks, according to law enforcement, supported his lifestyle of attending every home and away game of the Kansas City Chiefs dressed as a wolf in Chiefs clothing and gaining national notoriety as a superfan of the Super Bowl Champions.

Babudar, 29, who lived a nomadic existence at various locations around the Kansas City metro area, was charged in a 19-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Kansas City, Mo., on Wednesday, according to federal prosecutors. The indictment charged Babudar with three counts of armed bank robbery, one count of bank theft, 11 counts of money laundering and four counts of transporting stolen property across state lines.

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