Calgary, AB,
31
August
2016
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00:41
America/Denver

Woman sought on bank robbery warrants arrested

The Calgary Police Service has arrested a woman wanted on warrants for a recent bank robbery.

Jenna Margaret INTERMAN, 30, was arrested in northeast Calgary on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, following a traffic stop.

She was wanted in connection with a June 23, 2016, bank robbery in the 8200 block of Centre Street N.E. During the robbery, a gun was indicated and a note was passed to a teller. INTERMAN is charged with robbery and possession of a weapon. She is also charged with house break and enter and theft in an unrelated case, as well as breaching conditions of a previous release.

Additional charges of possession of stolen property over $5,000, possession of property under $5,000, possession of marijuana, identity theft and three counts of being unlawfully at large were also laid following Tuesday’s arrest, among several others.

INTERMAN was in the vehicle with a man, and during his arrest a police officer was injured.

Clayton MCKAY, 34, is charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000, possession of stolen property under $5,000, two counts of resisting arrest, operating a vehicle while disqualified, identity fraud, and five counts of unlawfully being at large, among several others.