HANCOCK COUNTY, Miss. – Hancock County deputies have made an arrest in this month’s holdup of a Diamondhead credit union.
A husband and wife now sit behind bars facing charges in that December 6 heist of Keesler Federal Credit Union. “His name is Jessie Landry, and her name is Aleisa Diaz Landry,” said Hancock County Chief Deputy Don Bass.
He said their investigators got really good pictures of the two from the bank’s surveillance video. After posting those images, your tips started pouring in. “It was learned that they were residing in Bogalusa, Louisiana.”
Both were arrested there Thursday morning. “They’ll be held in Louisiana until the extradition paper work is completed; and then returned to Hancock County where they will face bank robbery charges,” said Bass.
Investigators think Jessie Landry robbed the credit union of about $3,000; and his wife drove the get-away-car.