Still No Comment from Officials After Saturday’s “Violent” Armed Bank Robbery, Possible Suspect Free on Bond
UPDATE: 11/22/2017, 6:58 P.M. – Hernando County Crime Stoppers and Wells Fargo Bank are offering a $6,000 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction the second suspect involved last Saturday’s bank robbery.
Tips can be called in at 1-866-990-8477 (TIPS) emailed anonymously to www.hernandocountycrimestoppers.com
UPDATE: According the Penn State Greater Allegheny Program website, Petrie Addison majored in Criminal Justice and was a starting forward for the school’s Basketball team until 2014.
HERNANDO – Authorities are still tight-lipped on details into Saturday’s “Violent” armed robbery that occurred the Wells Fargo Bank in Spring Hill (ORIGINAL REPORT).
RNRF broke news from the scene of where one suspect crashed his get-away car, after a high-speed pursuit into Pasco County.
At least one person was taken into custody and a second armed suspect may still be at large.
Pasco and Hernando County Officials have not commented on the arrest or the second alleged suspect, but according to the Pasco County Detention Center website, 31-year-old Petrie Addison of Lehigh Acres, Florida was arrested and booked into their facility on Saturday.
Addison faces several charges out of Pasco County, including leaving the scene of an accident involving injury, fleeing and eluding, and driving on a suspended license (habitual). Addison is also charged with armed robbery out of Hernando County.
According to booking information, Addison posted $116,000 bond on Sunday.
We will bring more on this story as it develops.
CORRECTION: According to Penn State Administrators, Petrie Addison did not play for Penn State. Rather, he played for Penn State Greater Allegheny.
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