DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – A Davenport guy was arrested Wednesday following police say he robbed a Davenport credit rating union.
Arnordo Corderrel Turner, 33, is charged with second-degree robbery, a Course C felony punishable by 10 a long time in prison. He is anticipated to appear in Scott County Court docket Thursday early morning by means of video arraignment.
Officers responded at 3:49 p.m. Wednesday to Ascentra Credit score Union, 1800 Brady Street.
In accordance to an arrest affidavit, Turner approached a teller and handed around a note that read through, “This is a bank robbery, put all the money on the counter.” In accordance to the affidavit, the teller, who was in worry of their safety, gave Turner $1,155 in assorted charges.
Preliminary facts indicated a gentleman, later on recognized as Turner, went into the business and demanded revenue from an staff. He then left following getting an undisclosed quantity of hard cash, police reported.
An off-duty officer was in the spot at the theft and directed on-duty officers to a probable suspect leaving, law enforcement said.
Turner was arrested with out incident. According to the affidavit, he was however in possession of the income from the credit rating union.
In a media launch, Ascentra explained everyone who was in the setting up is protected, and the predicament was “effectively managed.”
The credit union reported the branch would near for the remainder of Wednesday and resume normal several hours on Thursday. They advised members to use other branches in the meantime.
Davenport law enforcement explained this is continue to an active investigation.
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