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Man charged in attempted bank robbery in Clayton

Posted July 11, 2012

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— Clayton police arrested a man Wednesday who was wanted in connection with an attempted robbery at a First Citizens Bank branch.

Police issued an arrest warrant Tuesday evening charging Frisco Dillon Brown, 24, with attempted robbery in the crime.

Investigators say they believe Brown walked into the bank, at 10702 U.S. Highway 70 W. Business, around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and handed a teller a threatening note demanding money.

He left on foot without any money, police said, and was last seen headed west through a neighborhood.

Police said that Brown was also charged with felony possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

He was in the Johnston County jail Wednesday afternoon under a $61,500 secured bond.

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  • SmokeWagon Jul 11, 2012

    ..."He succeeded in robbing us all.....he will steal tax dollers for years as he eats and sleeps free in government (taxpayer) supplied prison..."

    He probably has been "robbing" tax payers all his life...as a WIC baby, on food stamps living in the projects on disibility..!!!

  • NoObamaCare Jul 11, 2012

    Nice mascara!

  • SmokeWagon Jul 11, 2012

    Meth heads ain't known for being the brightest light bulb in the pack...!!!

  • pcredbone316 Jul 11, 2012

    He succeeded in robbing us all.....he will steal tax dollers for years as he eats and sleeps free in government (taxpayer) supplied prison...

  • promethazine codeine lover Jul 11, 2012

    It's policy for bankers to comply with bank robbers and their demands... How did he end up leaving with NO money.... hahahaha ... Also that banker who didn't give him money could have gotten people shot , but luckily this guy is just a soft cookie.

  • YeaaBuddy Jul 11, 2012

    Dude's got makeup on

  • dare107 Jul 11, 2012

    Not a rocket Scientist!

  • Shuffles24 Jul 11, 2012

    That has got to be one of the easiest to identify bank robber ever.