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New court docs show STCU robber never got away with any money

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According to court documents, John said he was not going to turn himself in, and that police would not take him alive. According to court documents, John said he was not going to turn himself in, and that police would not take him alive.
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -

New court documents in the June 30 STCU Credit Union robbery show that detectives believe the robber in that case is the same one who robbed a Chase Bank two weeks earlier.

They arrested 44-year-old Jeremy John on an unrelated DOC warrant, but have said they think he robbed the STCU Credit Union. Court documents say a customer with a conceal and carry permit shot the STCU bank robber in the middle of the robbery, causing the robber to drop the bag with stolen cash and leave it behind.

The robber also left behind a bicycle, which was later found to have been stolen from a home about a block away from the credit union.

Court documents also say John called his mother and told her he robbed the STCU Credit Union and was shot, but said he was not going to turn himself in, and that police would not take him alive.

The documents say that John texted his girlfriend several times during the time between the bank robbery and his arrest. She told detectives she knew he was shot, but thought that it was the result of a drug deal gone bad.

One of the texts also included the name of the motel he was staying in, the Rodeway Inn Motel. Using that information, detectives contacted John and arrested him.

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