Robbery Suspect Chooses Wrong Teller Line At South Everett Bank

February 9, 2022

Police Blotter

An Everett Police K-9 tracked from the bank to where the suspect got into a distinctive looking car.

Sheriff’s Deputies spotted the car with missing bumper and plastic back window and detained the suspect for witness identification.

A 31-year-old Marysville man is expected to make a first court appearance before a judge Wednesday afternoon after being arrested for trying to rob a bank in south Everett late Tuesday morning.

According to probable cause papers submitted by an Everett Police Detective, around 11:20 AM the suspect entered a south Everett bank branch and walked up to a teller window and handed the teller a note advising he had a gun and demanding money.

The particular teller had not yet had their cash drawer filled and had no money to give to the suspect. Upon learning there was no money in the drawer the suspect left the bank and the teller called 9-1-1.

The suspect was seen leaving the bank and crossing the street over to a nearby apartment complex. He was seen by multiple people getting into an old Honda with expired plates, no rear bumper and plastic over the back window. Everett Police used a K-9 to track directly from the bank to where witnesses said the car was parked.

Sno911 broadcast an attempt to locate message to area law enforcement agencies with the description of the distinctive car and a couple of hours later a Snohomish County Sheriff’s Deputy spotted the car and stopped it at Center Road and East Gibson Road.

Witnesses were brought by and the suspect was taken into custody and transported to Everett Police north precinct before being booked into the Snohomish County Jail for suspicion of first-degree robbery against a financial institution.

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