Arrest Made After Key Bank At Madison And Evergreen Way Robbed

December 3, 2020

Police Blotter

Editor’s Update Friday 10 AM, Here’s the update just put out by Everett Police on their Facebook Page: Just before 1:00 p.m. on December 3rd, officers were dispatched to a bank in the 6700 block of Evergreen Way when an employee reported a man just robbed the bank. Nearby officers immediately set up containment as the suspect was believed to be running from the business on foot. Employees told officers the suspect entered the bank, believed he had a weapon, and gave an undisclosed amount of cash before he left northbound on Evergreen Way. Employees also provided a detailed description of the suspect which was augmented with video surveillance footage.
As additional officers arrived in the area, they detained a male in the 6500 block of Fleming St who was wearing clothing similar to what the bank robber wore. Additional video surveillance photos showed the male also had identical shoes. Officers developed probable cause to arrest and book the 46 year-old male into Snohomish County Jail on robbery charges.
Officers used electronic surveillance and a K-9 track to locate the cash bag used in the robbery.
No injuries were reported during the incident which remains under investigation.
The apprehension was due to a quick response by patrol units and officers from the Traffic Safety Unit, Gang Response Unit, Anti-Crime Team, Downtown Bicycle Unit, School Resource Officers, and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department K-9. Great job!!

Everett Police at the Key Bank branch.

A Sheriff’s K-9 Unit arrives at the bank.

Not a lot of detail available yet but a lone male reportedly robbed the Key Bank at Madison and Evergreen Way in central Everett Thursday afternoon around 1 PM.

He left the bank on foot and was last seen on Fleming street north of the bank. A Snohomish County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit was brought to assist Everett Police in locating the suspect. After an extensive search a suspect was taken into custody.

There were no injuries and Everett Police and the FBI are investigating. We’ll provide more information as it becomes available.


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