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Suspects Charged For Pinnacle Bank Robbery

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Jimmy Eisenhour Jimmy Eisenhour
Sean Ladue Sean Ladue
JOPLIN, MISSOURI -

According to court documents, Ladue has been charged. 

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November 18, 2016 Charges for 1st Degree Robbery and Armed Criminal Action have been filed by the Newton County Prosecutor on Jimmy Eisenhour and he has a $100,000.00 cash bond. Charges for 1st Degree Robbery, Armed Criminal Action, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, and Possession of a Firearm Unlawful for Certain Persons (being a felon in possession of a firearm) are being submitted for Sean Ladue to the Newton County Prosecutor. Currently we are waiting for formal charges and a bond amount. Both subjects are currently in custody in the Joplin City Jail.

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On November 14, 2016 at 3:46 PM officers with the Joplin Police Department were dispatched to 1316 E. 32nd St. Pinnacle Bank for a business alarm. On arrival officers learned that an attempted robbery had taken place. Two suspects entered the building, communicated with employees, and then fired several rounds. At this time investigators are on scene interviewing witnesses and conducting a thorough investigation. No one was hurt during the event. The suspects are described as white males both approximately 5’10” with average builds. One had facial hair. At the time of the crime one male was wearing a white, black, and gray checkered jacket and blue jeans the other was wearing a red T-shirt blue jeans and carrying a tan backpack.

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