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12/8/2013 6:00:00 AM
Alleged Compass Bank robber captured on Andy Devine
Cody M. Salisbury
Cody M. Salisbury

KINGMAN - Bank robbers aren't catching any breaks from the Kingman Police Department this week.

Officers arrested Cody M. Salisbury, 25, of Golden Valley at 5:40 p.m. Dec. 5 for felony robbery after they spotted him walking down Andy Devine Avenue with an alcoholic drink in his hand.

Officers believe Salisbury is the man who robbed Compass Bank on Stockton Hill Road Dec. 4.

The suspect got away with an undisclosed amount of money.

According to KPD spokeswoman Jennifer Sochocki, the department received at least five or six tips pointing to Salisbury after surveillance photos of the Compass bank robber were printed in local newspapers and posted on the Internet.

When Salisbury was arrested, he allegedly admitted to the robbery and said he was walking to the police department to turn himself in.

An investigation revealed that Salisbury had allegedly used the money to pay a court fine.

The Compass Bank robbery came one day after Kingman Police officers arrested Robert Wallace, 71, minutes after he allegedly robbed Mohave State Bank on Stockton Hill Road.

Wallace is also accused of robbing the Bank of America in Kingman on Nov. 22 and a Bullhead City branch of Wells Fargo on Nov. 14.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Article comment by: pl .....

looks like he hasn't figured out where the real money is - buying and/or loaning money to all the parties involved in credit default swaps. Jiggle a loan repayment date here, buy the insurance on it there, etc. Pays a lot better than magicians.

Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Article comment by: Hairy IT IS........(easier to read)

KINGMAN - A 22-year-old man who admitted to trying to rob one bank and who succeeded in robbing a second later that day is being sentenced to a drug treatment program after entering into a plea deal last week.

To the loved ones of this man Cody Salisbury......ask why you can't receive this kind of treatment!!!!!!

ask them.......What you mean you have to make a donation to the treatment program???


Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Article comment by: 000000000000 above

Well Gun Owner, Its not that big a deal in Kingman Arizona (at least for the elite). Read the article where the guy 22 got probation for 2 yes count them TWO different bank robberies (2 years ago) Boo hoo he had a heroin problem!. It just like the recent manslaughter charge that received 100 days. Some people get 10 years and some people get 100 days, its all about who you know here!!!! If your family has been here forever there is a good chance you get a little slap on the wrist! OUCH! Where is a Justice System that treats us all equally!!!!!!?????

Posted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Article comment by: anonymous anonymous

I must have read the a different story than one of the posters here, seems this fellow robbed a bank, got drunk or bought some alcohol and then was spotted and arrested and did not turn himself in! I doubt unless in the case of some of these one foot in the cemetery bank robbers like the 71 year old fellow they are intentionally turning themselves in, even he had to be caught by law enforcement, this person is just not the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree!

Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2013
Article comment by: gun owner 000

That don't make any sense.
"He was walking to the Police Station to turn himself in." Bank robbery is a Federal Offense, a felony. You can spend a long time in jail, if convicted. Why would a person knock over a bank, and then go turn himself in?
Free room & board for the next 10-20 years?


Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2013
Article comment by: Juana B.A. Favorita

Well gosh why can't he just get probation like that blond guy a couple years ago? He robbed 2. Of course somebody had to make a donation to "church help a youth" or whatever that program was. Yes, I honestly saw it here in Kingman with my own eyes!!!!!!!!-The guy robbed 2 banks and got probation! Why are some people given such favoritism in our courts???????? I thought this is America!

(He must have figured the courts rob us with fines, he might as well get a piece of the action!)




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