Bank robbery accomplice surrenders to Phoenix-area police
PEORIA, Ariz. – Peoria police said a man accused of being the getaway driver in two bank robberies has turned himself in.
Authorities said 43-year-old Jevon T. Mason surrendered to police in Phoenix on Tuesday without incident.
Mason, who lives in Surprise, has been booked on one count of aggravated robbery.
According to Peoria police, Mason was the accomplice for 28-year-old Charles Ross in two bank robberies in Sun City last month.
In each incident, Ross handed over a threatening note to a teller and then fled on a bicycle.
Police said surveillance footage from the area showed Mason acting as a getaway driver.
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