- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 25, 2015

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Federal authorities say a 40-year-old man sought in several bank robberies in Las Vegas and Reno, including a credit union heist netting nearly $171,000, has been arrested in Greenville, Mississippi.

The FBI said Wednesday that Robert Devell Kincade was arrested Tuesday and was jailed in Greenville pending an appearance before a federal magistrate judge and his transfer in custody to Nevada.

FBI Special Agent in Charge Donald Alway in Mississippi says Kincade was sought on a warrant accusing him of armed bank robbery, aiding and abetting, and brandishing a firearm charges.

U.S. District Court records in Las Vegas show that Kincade and a co-defendant, Jose Roglio Florez, were indicted in the November armed robbery that resulted in the theft of $170,848 from the IBEW Credit Union in Las Vegas.


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