Kansas City police and FBI agents got more than they expected while doing surveillance outside a Kansas City house on Tuesday.
They were looking for bank robbery suspect Ronnie L. Scott when a car pulled into the driveway, according to documents filed in federal court.
The car sat in the driveway for about 15 minutes with no one getting out.
Officers decided to move in and ordered the car’s two occupants to come out.
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The men complied and were arrested. A handgun was sitting on the driver’s side floorboard, according to the documents.
One of them, Joshua R. Tillman, told the officers and agents that he was on parole for armed robbery.
The other occupant of the car, Shawndrey Reynolds, was wanted in an arrest warrant from Clay County for armed robbery.
Kansas City police also wanted to talk to Reynolds about a homicide case, according to the allegations in the federal court documents.
Officers found him inside the house they had been doing surveillance on and he was taken into custody.
Scott, 38, is charged in U.S. District Court with the August 2017 armed robbery of he Arvest Bank at 5600 N. Broadway in Gladstone.
Reynolds, 32, was turned over to Clay County officials on the robbery case.
And Tillman, 27, was charged in federal court with being a felon in possession of a firearm for the .40-caliber handgun found inside the car.