In a press release Friday, Morgan County Sheriff Norman Dills said, “I would like to thank the community for their assistance and involvement in this case from the beginning. I feel that the pressure and attention put on this case, including social media sharing and tips from the community brought this case to an expedient closure.

Morgan County Sheriff Norman Dills is thanking the community for their assistance in bringing in the suspect wanted in relation to the armed robbery in Versailles last Saturday. David Rasco has now been formally charged by Morgan County Prosecutor Dustin Dunklee with first degree robbery, unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. 

In a press release Friday, Dills said, “I would like to thank the community for their assistance and involvement in this case from the beginning. I feel that the pressure and attention put on this case, including social media sharing and tips from the community brought this case to an expedient closure. According to facebook statistics the original post on the Sheriff’s Office page has been viewed nearly 105,000 times and shared 974 times. That’s community involvement and I can't thank everyone enough.”

Around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 17, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office received information that Rasco wanted to turn himself in to authorities. Rasco had been widely publicized to be a person of interest in an armed robbery at the Subway in Versailles on May 13.

Information provided to Camden County authorities indicated Rasco was at a residence on Purvis Road in the Laurie area of Camden County. Camden and Morgan County deputies went to the address given and made contact with Rasco at which time he was taken into custody without incident. Rasco cooperated with investigators and provided information as to where the pickup used in robbery was located. 

Roscoe’s bond on the three charges is $500,000, but he also has a probation violation warrant with no bond.