Alleged robber found with gun and cash
A man who allegedly robbed a bank teller at the Kapahulu Bank of Hawaii on Friday saying he had a gun was arrested with a pistol in his right front pocket, court documents say.
Timothy Wayne Schriver: Police found him with more than $3,000 in his pocket
Timothy Wayne Schriver also had a wad of cash totaling $3,120 in the opposite pocket when he was stopped a short distance from the bank, according to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court charging him with bank robbery.
Schriver later admitted the cash was proceeds from the holdup, the complaint says.
Honolulu police also arrested him for suspicion of having an unregistered firearm and failing to store it properly.
According to the complaint, a man later identified as Schriver entered the bank just before 4 p.m. After appearing to write something at the customer counter, he sat down inside the lobby of the bank and waited. About 4:34 p.m., he allegedly approached a female teller and passed a note that read, "I need $4,000. Be Quiet -- I HAVE A GUN!!! 'NOW' Make IT FAST!!"
Fearing for her safety and that of her co-workers, the teller handed over $3,114 in cash, the complaint said. Schriver left the bank and was located on Kapahulu Avenue near Mokihana Street by officers responding to the robbery. They also seized a .22-caliber Magnum double-barrel, derringer-style pistol in Schriver's pocket.
The bank robbery was one of three reported that day.
Earlier that afternoon, a man in his late 20s robbed the Queen Ward branch of American Savings and fled on a light blue mo-ped with an undisclosed amount of money.
And that morning, a man believed to be in his 40s robbed the Kailua branch of First Hawaiian Bank and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.