The Chesterfield couple also may face charges in Arnold and Columbia, IL, police said.
A Chesterfield couple was accused Saturday of three bank robberies, including two holdups in South County. Town and Country Police reported that Mackenzie Leonard, 26, and Darren Everett, 42, both of the 1100 block of Matador in Chesterfield, were charged with three counts of first-degree robbery. Leonard also was charged with armed criminal action. Police said Leonard and Everett acted together in the following robberies: St. Louis County Police stated two more robbery charges are may be pending, one in Arnold and another in Columbia, IL. Leonard and Everett were being held Wednesday in St. Louis County jail. Bail was set at $500,000 each. For more crime information on Mehlville-Oakville Patch, see the following articles:
Police have located and arrested Timothy Shaw, who they suspect of robbing several area banks.
Updated Thursday, May 19 at 4:30 p.m. The FBI has announced that Timothy Shaw, 37, is suspected of being involved in at least 11 bank robberies since August including six in Mehlville and Oakville. Capt. Marion Monteleone with the South County Police Precinct said Shaw was a heroin addict and the evidence against him will "put him away for a long time." Along with the Montgomery Bank robbery on Union Road Monday, The Post Dispatch reports Shaw could be responsible for several other area robberies: Previous story Timothy Shaw, 37, has been located and arrested by City police, accoring to a statement from the St. Louis County Police Department. Shaw has been wanted since Monday in connection with Monday's bank robbery at Montgomery Bank on…