A person was out of police custody for lower than an hour on Wednesday earlier than he allegedly robbed a credit score union instantly throughout the road from the police station, authorities in Wentzville, Mo. stated.
Karsten Hardeman, 20, of Dayton, Ohio, was being held in custody in a police station jail on a misdemeanor drug offense, The St. Louis Submit-Dispatch reported.
Round 5 p.m., police obtained a name from a credit score union reporting a person who had taken money and ran, Wentzville police stated. The credit score can reportedly be seen throughout the road from the police station.
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A responding officer opened the station’s entrance doorways to see a person matching the robber’s description and sitting on the curb police stated. When the officer approached the suspect and ordered him to point out his palms, $100 payments allegedly fell out of the suspect’s pocket.
Hardeman was arrested and charged Thursday with first-degree theft and stealing from a monetary establishment, The Submit-Dispatch reported. He was being held on the St. Charles County jail on a $100,000 money bond, the report stated.
Wentzville police stated Hardeman was a suspect in financial institution robberies in Kansas and Texas however has not been charged in these instances.