RICHMOND, Texas (AP) - A Houston-area man, his daughter and his son have been indicted over a credit union robbery by armed thieves in disguises.
Fort Bend County records show 50-year-old Ronald Catt, 20-year-old Hayden Catt and 18-year-old Abigail Catt were being held Friday on aggravated robbery charges. The men were jailed on bond of $140,000 apiece. The daughter's bond is $100,000.
Online jail records don't list attorneys for the Catts, who were arrested Nov. 9 and indicted Monday.
First Community Credit Union in the Katy area was robbed by two gunmen wearing orange traffic vests and sunglasses. One man had a fake moustache. The other wore a painter's mask. Abigail Catt allegedly drove the getaway vehicle.
Investigators are reviewing similar robberies in Texas and the Portland, Ore., area, where the Catts formerly lived.
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