Springfield Man Arrested In US Bank Shooting

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Arrest Made In Case Of  Woman In Springfield Shot At After Making Night Deposit
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Smokey Barn News
Tuesday August 26th, 2014
Springfield, Robertson County, Tenn.

Springfield Man Arrested In US Bank Shooting 

Ambers Deshawn PayneAn arrest has been made in what Springfield Police are calling attempted murder and attempted robbery at US Bank on Memorial Blvd back on August 2nd. Police arrested Springfield resident, 22 year old Ambers Deshawn Payne at McDonald’s on Memorial Blvd in Springfield where he was employed, police say.

Police developed Payne as a suspect after receiving a Crime Stoppers tip. According to police, Payne was taken into custody without incident Tuesday afternoon around 1:30PM.

Payne has been charged with criminal attempt to commit homicide and criminal attempt to commit aggravated robbery. He is presently being held at the Robertson County detention facility in Springfield without bond. When set, his bond could be anywhere between $30,000 to $100,000, according to a police spokesperson.

After discovering sufficient evidence to establish probable cause, Detective David Joyce of the Springfield Police department made the arrest. Police allege that Payne is the man that came up behind the pickup in the security video released by US bank.

In an interview, Detective Joyce told Smokey that he has a message to the community, “Commit these robberies we’re going to hunt you down.”

It’s now in the hands of attorney’s and the judicial system. It’s important to remember that all suspects are innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.
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  1. roller

    he’s a dumb dumb trying to rob a bank with all them cameras and on top of that go n 2 shoot at the woman need lock him up and throw the key away

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