Updated Thu, Jan 24, 2013 9:03 am
A Detroit man has been indicted on charges of attempted bank robbery and fleeing from an officer after allegedly trying to rob a credit union in Huntington.
A grand jury indicted Andred Davis, 32, Wednesday.
Police said on September 24 Davis tried to rob the First Priority Federal Credit Union.
Police received a tip before the attempted robbery, set up a SWAT team and arrested him after a short chase.
Police said Davis has a criminal history of robbery, all outside of Huntington.