A Davenport man was arrested Wednesday in connection with the thefts from two Davenport credit unions, including one on Wednesday.
Rayontrez Brown, 25, has been charged with two counts of first-degree robbery, according to the Davenport Police Department in a news release.
Authorities believe he is the person who on Wednesday stole money from the Family Credit Union at 1400 Rockingham Road. He is also charged with the Jan. 21 robbery at the Family Credit Union at 2238 Jersey Ridge Road.
Brown was arrested on Wednesday and the arrest is the result of a joint investigation by the police department and the FBI, the statement said.
Wednesday’s robbery in Rockingham happened around 10:13 a.m., according to the complaint and affidavit provided by the police department. Brown is accused of being behind the counter and asking a cashier for money.
Authorities allege in the complaint that Brown took money from cash drawers and then fled from the credit union.
The Jan. 21 robbery on Jersey Ridge Road happened around 4:52 p.m. In this case, Brown is accused of jumping over the counter and asking the cashier to give her the money from the drawers around from her.
Brown is accused of taking the money and running away from the credit union.
The complaint and affidavit did not include the amount taken in either robbery.
Authorities say in the document that Brown admitted to Wednesday’s robbery after being mirandized and that evidence of Wednesday’s robbery was found at his home while executing a search warrant.
The complaint also says Brown admitted to his involvement in the Jan. 21 robbery.
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