Bank robber nabbed on several counts
By LeaAnne Klentzman
Friday morning, May 17, shortly before 9 a.m., a representative from Whitney Bank in Brazos Town Center called Rosenberg Police and reported a bank robbery.
According to officials, a white man, 40-60 years of age, with long slicked back hair, waked into the bank, threatened bank personnel with a knife, and demanded money.
He was able to walk out and away from the bank with an undisclosed amount on money. He is further described as weighing 130-150 pounds, and at the time of the robbery he was wearing sunglasses and a bright yellow polo style shirt and blue jeans. No suspect vehicle was available and police were unable to find him.
The following Monday morning, Rosenberg Police got a break in the case when Bret Disiere attempted to rob a Conroe area bank, also with a knife. According to reports, in the Montgomery County case, Disiere hopped the counter wielded his knife and demanded money. Unbeknownst to Disiere, a Montgomery County deputy sheriff was working an extra job at the bank he decided to loot. The deputy that Disiere failed to see slipped outside and nabbed the knife wielding bank robber without further incident.
Brett Disiere was arrested for the robbery he was caught committing in Conroe, on a warrant for the robbery he committed in Rosenberg, as well as, charges that stem out of Mississippi.
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