Bond set at $10k for man who allegedly robbed Stockman Bank

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Charles Weber, 36. 

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A Missoula man made his first appearance in Missoula Justice Court on Wednesday afternoon after being arrested on suspicion of robbing the West Broadway Street branch of Stockman Bank on Tuesday.

Charles Weber, 36, has been charged with one count of robbery, a felony. 

Missoula police responded to a report of a man entering the bank about 12:25 p.m. Tuesday, asking for cash and then leaving in a car, charging documents said. When officers arrived, they spoke with a security guard who was able to give police a partial license plate number. The plate number and vehicle description were close matches to the car owned by Weber.

Officers also spoke with a bank teller who told them the suspect, later identified by officials as Weber, had approached the teller’s workstation, stared at the teller for several seconds and then requested $2,000 in cash, charging documents said. When asked if the suspect was a client of the bank’s, he glared at the teller and

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