PORT ORANGE, Fla. – Port Orange police arrested two men suspected of robbing a BB&T Bank Tuesday, according to arrest records.
A bank teller called 911 after a man passed a note to her, stating the bank was being robbed and to hand him money, according to the report.
Two Port Orange officers spotted a vehicle on Nova Road matching the description of the Chrysler PT Cruiser used in the robbery and made a traffic stop.
The passenger, Ian Macbeth, 62, matched the description of the man who demanded money from the teller, police said.
Officers found $472 in Macbeth’s pants. The police report said $499 was stolen from the bank.
During a pat down of the driver, Michael Allgood, 27, an officer wrote in his report that he found a syringe in his pants.
Allgood told the officer “they were his insulin,” according to the report, but police could not confirm a prescription for unopened Suboxone films also found on Allgood.
The bank teller was able to identify Macbeth as the man who demanded money from her, according to the report.
Both Allgood and Macbeth were booked into the Volusia County Jail and ordered held on no bond.
Macbeth is charged with robbery without a weapon, and Allgood is charged with principle to a robbery without a weapon and possession of narcotics, according to the arrest report.