Michigan Men Indicted for $380,000 Robbery of Dort Federal Credit Union
Two Michigan men have been indicted by a federal grand jury for the armed robbery of a Dort Federal Credit Union branch in Mount Morris Township on May 30, 2012, when they allegedly stole $380,000.
The indictment charges that Damon Burse and Demond Ontario Wilson also robbed more than $34,000 from a Citizens Bank branch in Flint in November 2011 and April 2012.
The suspects have not been arraigned yet. The six-count indictment was filed in U.S. District Court in Flint, Mich., earlier this month.
According to local news site MLive, the men allegedly walked into the credit union with guns drawn, wearing gloves and face coverings.
One of the robbers jumped over the teller counter and entered the vault where two credit union employees were counting cash, the news site reported. The robber then forced the employees to put the money into a pillowcase.