A Seattle man accused of holding up a Stanley bank and threatening to shoot the workers will not get a new attorney.
45-year-old Jeremy Maines is charged with robbery, theft of property, and four counts of terrorizing in the April 7th incident. Investigators say he had a pistol when robbing the American Bank Center in Stanley and told four bank workers that he was not afraid to take them hostage or kill them.
In court today, Judge Doug Mattson denied the motion for a change of attorneys saying he is concerned about the length of time it has taken to get the case resolved.
Maines is due in court again next month.