“Woman Hijacks Mother’s Car to Execute Daring Bank Heist at Wells Fargo in Henry County, Police Reveal”

On April 10, a significant incident occurred when Henry County police were summoned to the Wells Fargo bank on Highway 155 in Locust Grove due to an armed robbery. Through an effective use of nearby business surveillance, detectives quickly identified Breana Copeland as the suspect seen leaving the scene in a dark-colored Hyundai Tucson.

In their pursuit, police released a photo of Copeland in hopes of garnering public assistance to locate her. The investigation later uncovered that Copeland had been driving her mother’s vehicle, not her own, during the commission of the robbery.

Subsequent police efforts led to a traffic stop of a Tahoe, driven by Copeland. It was during this encounter that Copeland eventually confessed to her involvement in the bank robbery. While specific details regarding the amount of money stolen were not disclosed, the confession was a pivotal moment in the case.

Following her confession, Copeland was arrested and formally booked into the Henry County Jail, marking a swift resolution to a case that began with a high-stakes bank robbery.

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