Media Release – Attempted Bank Robbery

Date of Release:  June 2, 2017
Released By:  Chief Scott Gregory
Incident:  Attempted Bank Robbery
Date:  June 1, 2017
Case Number:  17-184408
Case Time:  1:16 pm
Address:  33 Nob Hill Road, WEA Credit Union
Arrested Person(s)/Suspect Description:
Jazzmond R.W. Stanley
M/B 36 years of age
Town of Madison resident

Details of Incident:
At 1:16 pm officers were dispatched to a 911 disconnect at WEA Credit Union, 33 Nob Hill Road. While officers were in route, the call was updated to a robbery in progress.  Officers were also updated on the vehicle and suspect description.  Officer Pucillo turned onto Badger Lane from Moorland Road as an update was being aired. Officer Pucillo observed a vehicle at the stop sign that matched the description provided as the robbery suspect’s getaway vehicle.  The suspect vehicle had no registration plates displayed on the vehicle and Officer Pucillo observed the driver matched the suspect description provided by the credit union to the 911 center.  Officer Pucillo stopped the suspect vehicle in the 600 block of Moorland Road.  The suspect was taken into custody without incident.  Observed in plain sight in the vehicle were a white bandanna, a black wig, and hat, which was provided as part of the suspect’s described disguise.

A credit union employee previously observed the suspect vehicle pull up to the credit union parking lot in a suspicious manner. The employee observed the suspect exit the vehicle with a white bandanna covering his face.  The employee immediately locked the front doors of the credit union.  The suspect attempted to gain entry but was unable to and immediately entered his vehicle and fled rapidly.

Before officers left the crime scene we were dispatched to the 500 block of Moorland Road by a citizen whom found a handgun lying in the middle of the sidewalk.  The suspect tossed this gun while Officer Pucillo was turning around and lost sight of the vehicle briefly.

Jazzmond R.W. Stanley was arrested on a PO hold and the department will be requesting charges of attempted armed robbery, felon in possession of a firearm as well as having been issued numerous traffic citations including but not limited to operating after suspension, suspended registration, and not wearing a seatbelt.

Following an interview conducted by Town of Madison detectives, Monona detectives were contacted and were able to clear an armed robbery of Happy Wok from a week prior.

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