RICHMOND (December 7, 2012)--A Houston-area man, his daughter and his son have been indicted in the robbery of a credit union that robbers in disguise held up at gunpoint.
Fort Bend County records show Ronald Catt, 50, Hayden Catt, 20, and Abigail Catt, 18, were held Friday on aggravated robbery charges.
The men were jailed in lieu of bonds of $140,000 apiece and the daughter's bond is $100,000.
The Catts were arrested on Nov. 9 and were indicted Monday.
Two gunmen wearing orange traffic vests and sunglasses robbed first Community Credit Union in the Katy area.
One man had a fake mustache.
The other wore a painter's mask.
Abigail Catt is accused of driving the getaway vehicle.
Investigators are reviewing similar robberies in Texas and the Portland, Ore., area, where the Catts used to live.
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