Man Faces Charges for Attempted Bank Robbery in Trimble
Western District US prosecuting attorney Tammy Dickinson announced Monday 34-year-old Michael Stephen Oliva remains hospitalized with a gun shot wound from the incident.
He allegedly entered the First Security Bank in Trible Friday afternoon and pointed a fake gun at an employee and demanded money.
As employees were attempting to get away from the man and yell help, another employee grabbed a Smith and Wesson .357 revolver and fired two shots, hitting Oliva in the jaw, according to court documents.
The suspect then left the bank, leaving a blood trail to a parking space. Police allegedly located Oliva’s vehicle and a pursuit made it’s way down I-435 where he hit stop sticks was was arrested. The suspect was taken to the hospital for treatment following his arrest.