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hoover bank robbery suspect arrested minutes after crime

Hoover Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested Minutes After Crime

      On February 13, 2024 at 4:47 PM the Hoover 911 Center received a call of an attempted robbery of a credit union located on Inverness Center Pkwy. The suspect indicated that he was armed and demanded a large sum of money before leaving on foot. He was unsuccessful in leaving with any money. A description of the suspect was relayed to Hoover Police officers and surrounding agencies who quickly responded to the area. At 5:05 PM patrol officers with the Hoover Police Department and deputies with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office responded to a restaurant in the 4600 block of Highway 280 on a report of a male who was acting erratically and had shattered the front door of the business. As officers and deputies arrived they immediately recognized the suspect as matching the description of the bank robber and detained him. An investigation began and the identity of the suspect was quickly confirmed as the individual who had attempted to rob the credit union.

     The facts of the case were presented to the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office and the following warrants were issued:

Ian Everett D’Arpa                                         46-years-old                                        Birmingham, AL

  • Robbery 1st degree                                                                                                        No Bond
  • Criminal Mischief 2nd degree                                                                             $1,000.00 Bond

     D’Arpa is currently being held in the Hoover City Jail and will be transferred to the Shelby County Jail later this afternoon.

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Lieutenant Daniel Lowe

Public Information Officer

205-739-6762 – Office

[email protected]

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