An alleged prolific Clark County robber dubbed the “Elmer Fudd” bandit because of his signature hunting clothes — including an earflap hat — made his first appearance in court Monday.
Superior Court Judge Rich Melnick set bail at $200,000 for the defendant, Daniel L. Teeples, 39, and his alleged getaway driver, Anne L. Bradley, 31, but ordered a second hearing Tuesday to establish what evidence there is against both Vancouver defendants.
Teeples stands accused of seven robberies in east Vancouver over the past two months, while Bradley is alleged to have been an accomplice to five.
Both defendants “waived” a probable cause report, meaning they agreed at their arrest that a police officer did not have to write a report outlining the evidence against them.
Considering the seriousness of the charges, though, Melnick asked the deputy prosecutor in court to explain the allegations.