Friday, September 4th, 2015

Celina man charged with robbing bank

By Jared Mauch
GREENVILLE - A Celina man has been arrested for a robbery of a Centerville, Ind., bank.
Kevin Schulz, 23, 625 N. Mill St., was found and arrested in Greenville on Aug. 31 for the Aug. 27 robbery of the MainSource Bank in the 100 block of E. Main Street, Centerville, Ind, according to the Darke County Sheriff's Office.
Schulz was reportedly
identified after surveillance photos were released.
The amount of money robbed from the bank is unknown, Darke County Corporal Kim Nichols said.
After his arrest, Schulz was taken to the Darke County jail where he was booked at 6:24 p.m. Aug. 31 on a parole violation warrant from Mercer County, Nichols said.
No charges involved with the robbery are listed on the Darke County Sheriff's Office inmate search for Schulz.
Authorities are continuing investigations of other bank robberies in the region and some in Indiana that may have involved Schulz, Nichols said.
Schulz is currently in the Darke County jail, Nichols said.
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