DANVILLE (KRON) — The woman that was arrested for allegedly robbing a Danville bank has been identified Wednesday as a former officer in Los Angeles-area police department, KTXL learned.
Jennifer Rae McClary, 36, allegedly robbed a Bank of the West branch at 307 Diablo Rd. at around 9:10 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Danville Police Department.
The Danville resident, who had what appeared to be a painted on beard, handed the teller a note demanding money. She fled the scene after the robbery but was arrested a short time later.
McClary is a former police officer for the Placentia Police Department. Placentia police confirmed that she was a former officer, though they did not say for how long or when she worked there.
She was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility on suspicion of robbery and possession of a controlled substance.
Danville bank robber
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