CANTON (WWJ) – A 26-year-old Canton man could end up spending the rest of his life behind bars after authorities say he attempted to rob a bank in Canton.

Damon Ross Davis, Jr. was arraigned Monday on charges of bank robbery and armed robbery in connection with the January 14 incident. He was ordered held on a $1 million bond ahead of a preliminary examination on February 19.

Police say Davis was wearing a facemask when he walked into the Citizens Bank on the corner of Ford and Haggerty roads around 9:15 a.m. and announced a holdup.

A suspect in an attempted Canton bank robbery. (credit: Canton police)

A suspect in an attempted Canton bank robbery. (credit: Canton police)

According to police, Davis presented a note to the teller demanding cash and a vehicle. When the teller refused to comply, police say Davis exited the bank, removed his mask and fled on foot.

 

Davis was arrested following a comprehensive investigation which included the Michigan State Police and the Western-Wayne Community Response Team, a multi-jurisdictional task force that provides resources to participating agencies working large cases.

If convicted as charged, Davis could be sentenced to any number of years in prison up to life.

Comments
  1. bwcarey says:

    it’s amazing how the police turn down a blind alley when the bank robber has a pension fund ransom , wears a suit, and uses a computer program, and does it again and again, amazing really

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