BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. (WSAZ) - UPDATE: 3/20/2018, 7:20 P.M.
Muskingum County, Ohio Sheriff's deputies have arrested Terrel Coy Davis, 33, who is charged in a bank robbery that happened Saturday in Barboursville, W.Va.,
Lutz says his deputies searched 5 separate areas on Maysville Pike in South Zanesville, and arrested Davis around 4:30 P.M. Tuesday.
According to Lutz, police officers from West Virginia told him that Davis might be hiding in Muskingum County
Muskingum County Sheriff's deputies arrested Davis without incident, in a parking lot outside a Dollar General and a Radio Shack.
Barboursville Police say Davis, who is from the Parkersburg and Athens area, entered the First Sentry Bank on Mud River Road, just before noon on Saturday, and handed the teller a note saying “This is a robbery.”
Davis then left the bank in an older model Chevrolet Cavalier with pink or purple pinstripes and a West Virginia license plate.
Davis is currently being held in the Muskingum County Jail.
UPDATE: 3/20/2018, 4:30 P.M.
Police say a man from the Mid-Ohio Valley is wanted for allegedly robbing a bank in Barboursville, W.Va. on Saturday.
Barboursville Police identified Terrel Coy Davis, 33, of the Parkersburg/Athens area, as the suspect in a bank robbery.
The robbery happened just before noon on Saturday, March 17, at the First Sentry Bank on Mud River Road in Barboursville, W.Va., located about 100 miles from Parkersburg.
Police say Davis entered the bank and handed a note to the teller saying “This is a robbery.”
He then exited the bank with money, leaving in an older model Chevrolet Cavalier with pink or purple pinstripes and a West Virginia license plate.
An arrest warrant for Bank Robbery has been issued for Terrel Coy Davis, and police in Ohio and West Virginia are looking for him.
Davis is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall and about 150 pounds.
He has hazel eyes, brown hair and a goatee.
He has multiple tattoos, including tattoo sleeves on both arms.
Police say Davis is armed and dangerous, and you should not approach him.
If you see Terrel Coy Davis, or know where he may be, call the nearest law enforcement agency or dial 9-1-1 to report his whereabouts.