A man arrested after a 120 mph Highway Patrol chase was charged Monday with robbing a Blue Springs bank.
James Hulsey, 51, was charged in federal court with the robbery last Friday of the Adams Dairy Bank at 651 N.E. Coronado Drive.
Hulsey allegedly pulled out a gun and threatened to kill a bank teller before she handed over money, according to court documents.
After a description of the robber and a suspect vehicle was broadcast, a Missouri Highway Patrol trooper spotted a vehicle matching the description and tried to stop it as it traveled eastbound on Interstate 70.
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The driver refused to stop, and the trooper pursued the vehicle at speeds of more than 120 mph before the vehicle got a flat tire and ran off the road in Callaway County.
Hulsey was arrested after a brief foot chase.
A gun and cash were found inside the vehicle, according to the documents.