Fayetteville Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested In Wilson
Posted February 21, 2003
WILSON, N.C. — Wilson police have arrested a suspect in a Fayetteville bank robbery, who has been taken to Cumberland County to answer charges.
The Wilson Police Department, in a cooperative effort with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Raleigh police and Fayetteville police, have identified the suspect as Reginald Council Williams.
At approximately 2 p.m. a uniformed patrol officer located Williams loitering at the Wilson Transportation Center/Bus Station. Williams gave an alias but quickly was identified as Williams.
Williams was then arrested for second-degree trespassing and giving false information. He was wanted for two bank robberies in Fayetteville and for questioning about a bank robbery in Raleigh.
Williams received a $400 secured bond for his charges in Wilson. He was picked up by Fayetteville investigators and taken to Cumberland County to answer charges of bank robbery there.