WICHITA, Kan. -- Police have arrested a man for robbing a southwest Wichita bank twice in less than three weeks.
The INTRUST Bank branch inside the Dillons store at 31st Street South and Seneca was robbed twice this month, on October 9 and October 28.
In the most recent case, police said the suspect handed the note a teller that said, "Give me the money. Do not hit the alarm." He then left with an undisclosed amount of cash. Police say the same man robbed the bank both times.
Yesterday, officers arrested 44-year-old William G. Callison of Wichita at a car lot in the 4600 block of South Broadway. He was booked into the jail shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday on two counts of robbery and a count of driving while suspended.
Since Callison is accused of robbing a financial institution, federal charges are expected to be filed.