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Thursday, December 5, 2013

LRPD makes arrest in Nov. 26 U.S. Bank robbery

Posted By on Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 3:33 PM

Detectives with the Little Rock Police Department have arrested a man in connection with the Nov. 26 robbery of the U.S. Bank Branch at 6320 W. Markham, near Park Plaza Mall.  

Around 2 p.m. today, investigators served a warrant on Michael Jackson, Jr., 30, at a residence at 1604 Geyer Street in Little Rock.  Jackson is currently being held without bond on one count of aggravated robbery and one count of theft of property, both felonies. The arrest report says that Jackson also has a hold order in federal court due to a failed drug test. 

Another U.S. Bank branch, this one on Rodney Parham, was robbed on Dec. 3.  Police do not believe the crimes are connected. 

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