HOUSTON, TX (KTRE) - A suspect in the December Lovelady Bank robbery has been arrested in Houston on unrelated charges, according to Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers.
Demetrius Wheeler, 25, is being held at the Harris County Jail for possession with intent to deliver and motion to provoke parole.
Wheeler has a Trinity County charge for evading arrest with a motor vehicle and a Houston County charge for first-degree aggravated robbery.
Two Lovelady State Bank employees were pistol-whipped during the robbery, according to a bank official.
Three men robbed the bank on December, 17, 2015 before heading south on State Highway 19. A deputy with the Trinity County Sheriff's Office caught up to them and they bailed out of the car, holding handguns. The deputy fired his, gun at them and one of the robbers collapsed and was arrested.
Two of the four suspects related to the robbery, Allus Bernard Hubbard Jr.,27, and Alonso Donell Irving, 27, of Houston, have already been arrested.
The fourth suspect, Ryan Glenn Scott, 26, is still at large, according to Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers. A robbery warrant has been issued for Scott, who is about 6 feet tall and weighs about 190 pounds. According to Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers, Scott has ties to the Kemah area of Galveston County.
Anyone with any information about Scott's current whereabouts is urged to call Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers at (936) 639-TIPS. People can also visit the Deep East Texas Crime Stoppers Website to leave a tip.
"Calls and tips to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward if the information leads to an arrest," stated a post on the Crime Stoppers Wesbite.