2 arrested, 2 more wanted after Morley armed bank robbery - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

2 arrested, 2 more wanted after Morley armed bank robbery

Suspects (Source: Scott County SO) Suspects (Source: Scott County SO)
Suspect (Source: Scott County SO) Suspect (Source: Scott County SO)
Source: Carly O'Keefe, KFVS Source: Carly O'Keefe, KFVS
Source: Carly O'Keefe, KFVS Source: Carly O'Keefe, KFVS
Source: Carly O'Keefe, KFVS Source: Carly O'Keefe, KFVS
MORLEY, MO (KFVS) -

Two people have been arrested and two more are wanted after a bank robbery in Morley on October 10.

Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter says two men entered the First Commercial Bank on Highway 61, threatened the teller with a handgun and took US currency from the bank. The employee was restrained with her hands tied behind her back before the robbers left.

Investigators from the Scott County Sheriff's Office and the FBI received information that Alicia Porter of rural Oran, Roger R. Clayton of Davenport, Iowa, Joshua L. Thompson of Sikeston and Candice L. Wright of Chicago, IL were involved in the bank robbery.

Alicia Porter of Oran has been arrested and is in custody in the Scott County Jail on a $100,000 cash or surety bond for first degree robbery.

Roger R. Clayton was arrested on a traffic stop in Ohio and has local charges of first degree robbery. Scott County has issued a warrant for his arrest in the amount of $100,000 cash only bond.

First degree robbery charges have also been filed on Joshua L. Thompson of Sikeston with a $150,000 cash only bond.

Candice L. Wright has a charge of first degree robbery and her bond is set at $150,000 cash or surety.

If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Joshua L. Thompson or Candice L. Wright, contact the Scott County Sheriff's Office, the FBI or your local law enforcement agency.

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