Corinth bank robbery suspects arrested

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Prince Amara Sesay II, 23, and Makenzie Lynn Clowdus, 18, both of Denton, are accused of a bank robbery in Corinth and arrested. Photos courtesy of the Denton County Jail.

A Denton man and woman were arrested after they allegedly robbed a bank this week in Corinth.

Prince Amara Sesay II, 23, was dressed as a woman when he went into the Independent Bank, 5100 I-35E, Wednesday afternoon and allegedly passed a note to the teller demanding cash, according to Corinth Police Lt. Jimmie Gregg. No weapons were displayed and no one was injured.

Gregg declined to share more information about what happened, but on Thursday, investigators arrested Sesay and Makenzie Lynn Clowdus, at a Waffle House in Denton. The Denton Police Department and Denton County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the investigation.

Both suspects remained in Denton County Jail on Friday on one charge of robbery, according to jail records. Bond was set at $250,000 for Sesay, who was arrested by Denton police in February on suspicion of aggravated robbery. Clowdus’ bond is $50,000.

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