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Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Alleged by police that Steven McIntyre entered the bank carrying a gun, handed a teller a backpack and demanded she put money in it

Arrested Paul Page Jr. and Jessica Page, both 20, as well as Tanya Finley. They are accused of assisting Steven McIntyre, 21. McIntyre is charged with robbery, a class-B felony; theft, a class-D felony; intimidation, a class-C felony; and pointing a firearm, a class-D felony.According to police, the arrests of the three additional suspects occurred as part of the follow-up investigation into the robbery. All three are acquaintances of McIntyre.The Pages, husband and wife, face charges of receiving stolen property and assisting a criminal, class-D felonies.Finley faces a charge of assisting a criminal, a class-D felony.McIntyre was arrested around 10 p.m. the same day of the robbery.
He remains in the Greene County Jail with bail set at $50,000.It is alleged by police that McIntyre entered the bank carrying a gun, handed a teller a backpack and demanded she put money in it. The bank employee complied and the suspect then left through the same door he entered.According to police, around $2,700 was stolen.
All three of the new suspects have been released on bail. Paul Page Jr. is expected in Greene County Court on Friday, while both Finley and Jessica Page are due in court Monday.



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