Man arrested for allegedly robbing Granger National Bank

WILLIAMSON COUNTY - After a four-day search, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office announced they arrested the man accused of robbing Granger National Bank Oct. 24.

According to deputies, on Oct. 28 at 10:05 a.m.,  Donald Lee Woods, 45, walked into the Citizen's National Bank of Coupland wearing a baseball cap and a mask made from a t-shirt. There, authorities said he stood in the lobby before fleeing the scene.

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Immediately afterwards, authorities in the area were notified and Woods was arrested five minutes later. Officials said Woods's car also matched the vehicle seen fleeing the scene from the Granger National Bank robbery, a 2001 tan Ford F-150.

Inside Woods's belongings, deputies said they found two marked bills taken from the Granger robbery, a T-shirt mask, and a 9MM semi-auto pistol.

Woods is being held in the Williamson County Jail on a $500,000 bond.

 

(© 2016 KVUE)


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