Three military veterans reportedly helped nab an alleged serial bank robber in North Carolina who was driving the wrong way down an interstate.
Military Veterans Help Police To A Car Chase A Serial Bank Robber
Kelvin Wayne Simmons, 53-year-old, an alleged serial bank robber in North Carolina was arrested last Thursday in Black Mountain by U.S. Marshals.
Three military veterans helped some officers to catch the alleged serial robber who was was driving the wrong way down in expressway. Kelvin Wayne Simmons was accused for robbing different banks in five North Carolina cities since May 25, he was caught and chased by the police for he was allegedly instigated a high-speed and attempted to crash some small cars after attempting to carjack a woman and evade law enforcement, there were two passengers in the car before the car chase happened.
According to the officers, Simmons allegedly robbed each bank while shaking a “Despicable Me” lunchbox. He had already outstanding warrants for robbing different banks in Black Mountain.
Military Veterans Helps To Stop Serial Bank Robber In Car Chase With Police
Army Trevor Hough and two army veterans helped the police officers to pull Simmons out from the vehicle he crashed and police arrive and arrest him. Police never revealed if Simmons had a weapon but Veteran Hough said that the suspect attitude changed after he said what will happen to him if he will pull a weapon, instead, he stopped and asked for some water. According to the Asheville Police Department, there were many victims of carjacking and bank robberies in the city and they were suspecting that it was all Simmons. He has already been charged with kidnapping and assault on a female and will see court.