Police arrest one in Iberia branch robbery | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Police arrest one in Iberia branch robbery

Posted By on Wed, Nov 18, 2015 at 6:53 AM

click to enlarge CHARGED: Courtney Daniels.
  • CHARGED: Courtney Daniels.
Little Rock police announced last night that they'd caught one suspect in an Iberia branch bank robbery after a chase yesterday and were seeking a second suspect.

A man dressed as a woman robbed the branch at 4900 W. Markham at 12:48 p.m. Tuesday. The robber, who'd passed a note to a teller demanding money, struck one employee with a handgun and ordered the rest to the ground. He fled in a red Nissan. Officers spotted the vehicle and after a pursuit, ran from the car in the 2800 block of Barber Street. Officers caught Courtney Daniels, 22, who was dressed as a woman, and charged him in the robbery. He was already wanted on a failure to appear warrant in Maumelle district court. A second suspect got away.

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