Bond set for alleged robbers in credit union holdup

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) -- Parris Brown had bond set at $25,000 Wednesday for allegedly robbing a metro credit union while awaiting trial as an accessory to murder in a 2018 homicide.

Snead and Brown
Connor Sneed had his bond set at $50,000 as her alleged accomplice in the credit union holdup.

That case involved the robbery of the Mutual 1st Federal Credit Union at 80th and Blondo on May 4th. Prosecutors say Brown passed a note to a teller stating that one of them had a gun. They say she admitted to the holdup with Snead after her arrest.

At the time of the holdup, Brown was out on bail in connection with the July, 2018 shooting death of Rodrick Moore Jr.

Donovan Fryer is the accused killer in that case, charged with Second Degree Murder.

Prosecutors say Brown lied to investigators resulting in being charged as an accessory in the homicide.