Two Charged in Wyoming Bank Robbery

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Curths (left) and Small

WYOMING, Mich. — Two men were charged Monday in connection with the Fifth Third Bank robbery on 54th Street in Wyoming.

Bryan Michael Curths and Matthew Small, both 28 years old, are facing felony bank robbery charges after the Oct. 18 incident.  Curths is accused of entering the bank just after 5 p.m. and demanding money.  Small allegedly made a 911 call reporting a robbery in a different location to divert police.

Both men are being held in the Kent County Jail, Curths on a $750,000 bond and Smalls on $250,000.  Preliminary hearings have been scheduled for both of them at 1 p.m. Oct. 30 in Wyoming 62A District Court.

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    • Spirit-ball

      A cat? Lol! Well I guess some prisons are allowing cats into them for rehabilitation purposes—After this stunt these two pulled, I am sure they will have plenty of time to ponder that option provided prison officials allow it… Can’t be sure it would be too much fun for the poor cat though😸