WARNER ROBINS -- A Warner Robins man charged in the September robbery of a CB&T Bank in Warner Robins apparently got out of prison two days earlier.
Jay Dennis Aultman, 44, was being held Wednesday in the Houston County jail on charges of robbery, violation of probation and failing to register as a sex offender.
He was extradited Jan. 3 from Fulton County where he had been jailed since Dec. 13 on unrelated charges of theft by receiving stolen property and giving false information to police, said Tabitha Pugh, public information officer for Warner Robins police.
Aultman is accused of coming into the CB&T Bank at 1444 Watson Blvd. shortly before 10 a.m. Sept. 16, handing a note to the teller and demanding money, police said. He never showed a weapon.
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Aultman fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was hurt in the robbery.
Arrest warrants on charges of robbery by intimidation and probation violation were issued for Aultman the day after the bank robbery.
On Sept. 14, Aultman was released from a Georgia Department of Corrections facility after serving two months for failing to register as a sex offender, according to the state corrections website.
Aultman pleaded guilty Oct. 20, 2000, in Houston County Superior Court to aggravated child molestation and child molestation and was sentenced to five years in prison and 10 years probation upon release from prison, according to the Houston County District Attorney’s Office website.
Upon his release from prison in 2005, Aultman failed to keep his probation requirements and had to serve some additional time in a probation detention facility. He later served a stint in prison from Jan. 15, 2008, to March 30, 2009, for failing to register as a sex offender.
He failed to register as a sex offender in 2010, having moved from Houston County to Atlanta without prior permission from probation and in violation of a special condition of his probation, according to the Houston County District Attorney’s Office website. He also violated another special condition by failing to abide by a court-ordered curfew.
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