Infamous Muncie gangster convicted of bank robbery
Free Press Report
MUNCIE, IN - To say Stanley Wills is a gangster is a compliment, considering he is the most notorious criminal seen in Muncie town. lately.
This week, Wills, 33, the darling of the old Muncie-Delaware Drug Task Force, was convicted by a jury of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery and criminal confinement, all felonies that will put him away in prison and out of the local drug, and robbery game. He wil be sentenced Aug. 23.
It did not take the Delaware Circuit Court 3 jury very long to find Wills guilty since his partner in crime, Johnny Repass, cut a deal, plead guilty and testified that he and Wills pulled a $250,000 heist at the Industrial Centre Federal Credit Union in May 2009.
It was a slam dunk for Delaware County Prosecutor Jeff Arnold who watched how Wills and his brother, Adrian Kirtz, tried to take down former prosecutors Mark McKinney and Michael Alexander, implicating them in crimes and misdemeanors over everything from bribery to drug forfeitures.
Wills and his gang dealt drugs for years and remained above the law until the drug forfeiture scandal and Alexander's bribery trial besides Wills turning to bank robbery.
After a handful of attorneys and twice as many trial delays, Wills, who has been in jail for years, got his day in court, and then defended himself saying the money authorities found actually was drug money in a deal with Repass.
Look for Circuit 3 Judge Linda Ralu Wolf to throw the book and plenty of jail time at Wills who has confounded the legal system for more than a decade.besides making one of the biggest bank scores in recent history.