Milwaukee Men Charged in Federal Court for Armed Robbery in Elm Grove
Three Milwaukee men have been charged in Federal Court for the armed robbery of a Elm Grove bank back in February.
After months of a cooperative investigation between the Elm Grove Police Department and the FBI, the three individuals responsible for the February 2, 2016 bank robbery at the Elm Grove TCF bank are in custody and charged in connection with the robbery. The third suspect was taken into custody in August.
Elijah M. McGee from Milwaukee, Robert Crumble Jr. from Milwaukee, and London M. Johnson from Milwaukee, were all charged in United States Federal Court with Federal Armed Robbery and Use of a Firearm in the Commission of a Crime of Violence.
The use of a firearm to commit a crime of violence carries minimum sentencing guidelines.
On February 2, 2016, Johnson allegedly drove McGee and Crumble to the TCF Bank in Elm Grove, located at 12850 W. Bluemound Rd.
According to police, Crumble using a shotgun, and McGee using handgun-revolver, pointed the firearms at TCF employees. They then allegedly jumped the teller counter, and ordered the employees to give them money.
Both subjects eventually fled in the vehicle driven by Johnson.
McGee was taken into custody the following day.
The suspect vehicle was also recovered the following day.
Crumble was taken into custody month later, while Johnson were taken into custody on August 19. All subjects remain in federal custody.