Man who dressed as woman and used fake bomb to hold up bank identified

Braylon Lionell Marshall, 24, is charged with robbery.

September 27, 2012 12:27:29 PM PDT
Authorities have identified a man accused of dressing up as a woman and using a fake bomb to hold up a bank.

It happened at the First Convenience Bank inside a Kroger at 6350 N. Eldridge Parkway back on September 5.

According to court documents, Braylon Lionell Marshall walked in the bank wearing a women's wig and yellow capri pants, and carrying a drink shaker with a wire coming out of it. The robber handed the teller a note saying his boyfriend was waiting in the car and could remotely detonate the device.

Investigators arrested the alleged getaway driver near the scene who implicated Marshall. His fingerprints were also found on the demand note.

Marshall, 24, is charged with robbery.

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