Federal prosecutors have charged two men with robbing a Raytown bank last week.
Carlos D. Davis, 19, and Deonte L. Robertson, 21, both of Kansas City, were charged Friday. The two men appeared in federal court Monday and remained in custody.
According to court records, Davis and Robertson walked into the U.S. Bank branch at 9063 E. Gregory Blvd. just after 10 a.m. Friday.
They initially sat together. Davis later got in line with other customers while Robertson remained seated as a lookout, according to the affidavit.
Davis allegedly gave the teller three brown paper bags and a note that demanded she put money in the bags. The teller pressed a silent alarm before placing more than $2,200 in a bag and handing it to Davis, according to court records. He allegedly ordered the teller to fill another bag, but she told him she did not have more money. The men then left the bank together, according to federal authorities.
A Raytown police officer responding to the bank robbery call noticed the men walking a few blocks from the bank.
When the officer approached them, the affidavit said, the men split up and ran. The officer arrested Robertson outside a church near 88th Street and East Gregory Boulevard.
Davis turned himself in over the weekend, authorities said.