As of Tuesday afternoon, September 4, charges had not been filed against a 41-year-old man who was chased and arrested by police after the Wells Fargo Bank was robbed at 6130 W. National Ave.
The man was found with a gun and a bag of cash after a chase that went into Milwaukee, West Allis police said.
The Milwaukee man had been convicted in 2006 of robbing a TCF Bank in Glendale, online Wisconsin court records show. He was sentenced to eight years in prison and six years extended supervision.
The Wells Fargo Bank robbery happened about 9:50 a.m. Tuesday, August 28. The robber wore a yellow traffic vest and carried a handgun, police said.
A police officer tracked the fleeing suspect to the area of 70th Street and Greenfield Avenue, where a traffic enforcement employee notified police of a white van speeding away, running a red light.
The officer spotted the van and chased it until it stopped in the 7000 block of West Stevenson Street in Milwaukee, police said. The driver ran away, but was arrested after a foot chase, they said.
Read more in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.