While on his way to work Friday afternoon, a Daytona Beach Police Officer apprehended an alleged bank robber. According to a report on the Daytona Beach Police website, Officer Robert Carter was going to work Friday when he spotted a suspect matching the description of a man wanted for robbing the TD Bank on West International Speedway Boulevard. Police say the man went to a teller’s station at the bank Friday around 3:30 and handed the teller a note that said: “No alarms No Dye Pack No GPS give me hundreds fifties twenties and tens I have a gun and I will kill.” The teller gave the man money and the suspect left the bank. As officers responded to the robbery call and started searching for the suspect, Officer Carter – on his way to work - spotted the suspect in the 300 block of North Seneca Street. Police say the suspect, 52-year old Kenneth Morley Junior of Daytona Beach, was apprehended without incident and the money returned to the bank. Morley was charged with Armed Bank Robbery.
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