Two men accused of robbing a payday loan center Monday night met two very different fates today in Spokane County Superior Court.
One was jailed on $100,000 bail. The other was ordered released after a judge ruled there was no probable cause to hold him on a first-degree robbery charge, but then held when a first appearance was rescheduled.
A probable cause affidavit filed in court today details accusations against Daniel I. Neace, 19, who appeared in court via video on one count of first-degree robbery.
Police say he walked into the Check into Cash at 555 E. Francis Ave. about 4 p.m., pointed a gun at the clerk and fled with money.
A police dog helped track the suspect, leading police to arrest Neace and Nathan J. Molina, 21. A third suspect, Michael J. Anderson, 20, was arrested this afternoon and is in jail on a first-degree robbery charge.