The Jackson Police Department has confirmed a man suspected of robbing the US Bank in Jackson December 31st has been booked into the Davis County Jail in Farmington, Utah on unspecified charges. Police Lieutenant Cole Nethercott says 39-year-old Corey Donaldson was spotted by a witness working with Jackson Police. Donaldson was picked up by Clinton, Utah police on a federal warrant for bank robbery. Nethercott says detectives were flown by Jackson Hole Aviation to Utah to question Donaldson. The amount taken in that robbery is not being revealed at this time. The robber’s photo had been captured by surveillance cameras at the bank and Nethercott says Donaldson closely resembles those photos event though he does not have a beard as the photos depict. Jackson Mayor Mark Barron reacted to the apprehension of the suspect with high praise for the department. Barron said he congratulates the Jackson Police Department under the leadership of Police Chief Todd Smith. Barron says “Lead investigator Andy Pierson working with other agencies found the robber in Utah… My congratulations go out to our men and women in blue.” Charges against Donaldson will be heard in federal court in Cheyenne as bank robbery is a federal offense.