A man wanted on several charges in Iredell County was apprehended. 36-year-old William Michael Inscoe was arrested Friday (July 14) by Iredell County Sheriff's Officers.
On Friday the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received information about a wanted person in an armed robbery and attempted armed robbery that occurred in Weaverville N.C. and Gaffney S.C. The suspect reportedly confessed to a news agency that he had robbed a bank in Charlotte in January, and then admitted to the crimes in Weaverville and Gaffney. He also said he would rob another bank, claimed he had a gun, and said if confronted by law enforcement he'd kill himself.
The man was identified as William Michael Inscoe, a man who reportedly has a lengthy criminal history. Following a search, the suspect was apprehended near the intersection of Cumberland Road and Watering Trough without incident. He complained of medical issues and he was transported to a local hospital to be examined by Medical Staff. Once released Inscoe faces felony charges including breaking and entering and larceny, obtaining property by false pretense, and larceny by employee in Iredell and Alexander Counties. He also will face charges in Connection with the robbery in Weaverville. No warrants had been issued in the Gaffney S.C. case but charges are expected.
Inscoe is currently out on Bond for an armed robbery in Mecklenburg County. He is suspected of additional crimes in other jurisdictions where cases are still under investigation. Additional charges may come once those cases are completed. He was scheduled to make an appearance in District Court today (July 17).