Paducah man charged in Kevil bank robbery

The man suspected of robbing the First Community Bank in Kevil, Kentucky is facing 11 charges related to that robbery.

The bank was robbed on September 17th.

25-year-old Haywood Jones of Paducah was identified as a suspect and was eventually tracked down in Missouri. He was then extradited back to Ballard County.

On Friday, Jones was indicted by a Ballard County Grand Jury. He faces 5 counts of Wanton Endangerment, 2 counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence, 1 count of Criminal Mischief, 1 count of Persistent Felony Offender, 1 count Theft by Unlawful taking, and 1 count of Robbery.

Jones was also arraigned and a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf. He is currently housed in the Ballard County Jail on $200,000 cash bond.

His next court appearance is in December.

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