One of two men arrested in connection with a Glasford bank robbery a few weeks ago, made his first court appearance Thursday since being indicted. 24 year old Josh Wernsman of Canton is facing two counts of armed robbery and one count of theft in connection with the April 17th holdup at the Glasford State Bank. Police claim 26 year old Kevin Angus of Canton entered the bank, used a knife to rob a handful of employees. Police recovered a shoebox full of money believed taken from the bank and arrested Angus and Wernsman. However, Angus was found dead in his jail cell last week. Wernsman, whose bond remains at $150,000 will appear in court May 8th.
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