BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — LSU Police arrested a 27-year-old man accused of bank fraud after an armed robbery in November.

According to the affidavit, LSU Police responded to an armed robbery on W. Lakeshore Drive near the Acacia fraternity house on November 20, 2022. Video obtained by detectives showed some of the incident and two armed robbery suspects running to a car waiting across the street, arrest documents said. The victim told detectives two Black males between 16-21 years old put a firearm to the back of his head and took his wallet from his back pocket. The wallet contained multiple debit/credit cards, a retired firefighter ID, social security card and a driver’s license.

One of the Black males was identified as Byron Johnson, 27, of Baton Rouge, according to police.

Moments after the robbery, Johnson allegedly attempted to use the victim’s stolen debit card. The victim provided detectives with bank statements showing an attempted transaction of $500 through CashApp to “Green.” An affidavit stated that detectives learned that “Green” was Johnson.

He was booked on Thursday, March 30, and charged with bank fraud.