A Winona man has been bound over to the action of the Montgomery County Grand Jury after he allegedly burglarized the Bank of Kilmichael.
Darrell Lockhart, 40, of Winona was charged with commercial burglary after he allegedly broke into the Bank of Kilmichael, located at the corner of Applegate Street and Alberta Drive in Winona.
Lockhart, represented by public defender Kelsey Dismukes, went before Judge Alan D. Lancaster for an initial hearing and elected to waive his right to a preliminary hearing.
According to Captain Dan Herod, chief investigator for the Winona Police Department, officers and a deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department responded to an alarm call at the Winona branch of the Bank of Kilmichael around 5 a.m. on Friday, May 15.
Herod said someone used a large rock to gain entry to the back door of the bank. He said Lockhart was arrested at the scene.
Herod told Lancaster there’s possibly another commercial burglary case pending for Lockhart.
Lockhart’s bail was set at $10,000.