Three Arrested In Huntington Beacon Bank Robbery Fourth Still At Large

By Maureen Mespell
By Rachel Martin

December 6, 2011 Updated Feb 7, 2012 at 1:59 PM EDT

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) – Huntington Police made three arrests Monday morning in the Beacon Credit Union robbery that occurred Nov. 3. Police said there are four suspects, but two of the four are also responsible for robbing a BP gas station in Fort Wayne on Saturday.

Huntington police used a probable cause affidavit to arrest four suspects Monday morning, but they were only able to obtain three. Two of the suspects, 19-year-old Mayson St. Clair and 26-year-old Joshua Jackson, were arrested Saturday for robbing the BP gas station at 909 E. Coliseum Blvd. in Fort Wayne. Jackson was involved in a standoff with FWPD Saturday. FWPD had to use shields, an armored tank, a robot, and a flash bang, to force Jackson out of a home on Franklin Ave.

On the morning of Nov. 3, Huntington police were called to the Beacon Credit Union to find a female employee tied up and left in a vault. Two armed men wearing masks, now believed to be Jackson and St. Clair, managed to leave with an undisclosed amount of money before police arrived.

17-year-old Cody Street was also arrested Monday. Street is being held at the Huntington County Jail. Police said although he is a minor, he will be tried as an adult for the felony. Jackson and St. Clair are being held in the Allen County Jail. All are charged with armed robbery. Jackson and St. Clair will face more charges for their involvement with the Huntington bank robbery.

Police are still looking for 31-year-old Ronneil J. Norman. Police describe him as a Black male, 5’10”, 210 lbs. with black hair. Huntington police are continuing their investigation and said they think Norman is out of state. Anyone with information on Norman’s whereabouts are urged to contact their local police department or Crime Stoppers at 436-STOP (7867).

Huntington police said they worked closely with Fort Wayne police to identify the suspects. Huntington police officials said they had been following leads in the case and had several suspects. Officials say surveillance video from the bank and several other businesses helped to catch the suspects.

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