A federal grand jury has indicted two men for the attempted bank robbery at the Berrien Teachers Credit Union in Niles this January.
Glenn Maurice Porter, 22, and Travis Lamar Curry, 21, are both charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, attempted armed robbery, and brandishing and discharging firearms.
Court documents allege Porter, Curry and Devarence Kimbrough drove together to the Berrien Teachers Credit Union on January 18.
Porter and Kimbrough entered the credit union, brandishing their weapons.
A security guard responded by shooting Porter and Kimbrough, who both managed to escape in the car with Curry.
Kimbrough was later brought to South Bend’s Memorial Hospital, where he died during surgery.
Porter was arrested back in March and Curry was arrested earlier this week, andhis arraignment is scheduled for Thursday. Both face several charges--including attempted robbery and conspiracy.