Olivia Walker, of Pearl, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit bank robbery. (Source: Madison County Jail)
(Source: Ridgeland Police Department)
Ridgeland police are investigating the robbery of the Members Exchange Credit Union on Marketridge Drive.
RIDGELAND, MS (Mississippi News Now) -
A second arrest has been made in last weeks robbery of a Ridgeland credit union. Police say he's the boyfriend of the employee who was already charged in the crime.
A fugitive task force team arrested Kenyatta McGee in Gainesville, Georgia Friday night. They also seized an unknown amount of cash. Mcgee is charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery and one count of kidnapping.
One credit union employee is already in custody. Thirty-one year-old Olivia Walker of Pearl is charged with conspiracy in connection with the Tuesday robbery of Exchange Credit Union.
Police released surveillance video Wednesday that shows a man dressed in all black entering the Members Exchange Credit Union on Marketridge Drive Tuesday night. The credit union had already closed, but employees were still there closing up.
The robber used spray paint to cover camera lenses inside the bank, then reportedly forced two female employees into the backroom. He escaped with an unknown amount of cash.
The employees were temporarily locked in the vault. They called police on a phone inside the vault area after the man left.