SHAWANO - A 47-year-old Shawano man is now charged with robbing a credit union Monday afternoon.
Shawano police arrested Darrin Church shortly after he stole a large sum of money from the CoVantage Credit Union in Shawano.
Nearly 20 minutes before the credit union robbery, police say Church tried to steal money from the Cash Tyme store located within a few blocks of the credit union. A Cash Tyme employee refused to give Church any money and he left.
Police say the employee was able to identify Church and gave them a description.
Investigators say Church then headed to CoVantage, where he gave a note to the teller demanding money.
After receiving a substantial amount of cash, Church went to a nearby home. That's where he was arrested.
All of the money has been accounted for.
Police say Church didn't show or threaten anyone with a weapon. They also say no one was hurt in either incident.
Church is charged with four counts, and is being held in the Shawano County Jail on a $20,000 cash bond. He is scheduled to be back in court on Monday.
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