2 charged in Oconomowoc bank robbery that triggered manhunt

OCONOMOWOC, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Two men are now charged in a bank robbery in Oconomowoc last week that triggered a large manhunt.

A criminal complaint identifies the suspects as 44-year-old Kaia Mueller of Delavan and 21-year-old Malachi Thorne-Gray of Whitewater.

They face a long list of charges, including robbery, carjacking and attempted kidnapping.

The complaint says Mueller and Thorne-Gray are coworkers and that on June 29, Mueller stole two cars and robbed the Waukesha State Bank using a gun he borrowed from Thorne-Gray.

Prosecutors say Thorne-Gray gave Mueller the gun because as a convicted felon, Mueller couldn't buy one himself. 

Police say Thorne-Gray knew of the plan, but says he thought a person would be robbed, not a bank.

Mueller was arrested in Sauk County the next day.

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