Kalispell Man Charged in Gas Station Robbery

Jeremy Curtis Conder allegedly robbed a gas station in Evergreen but couldn't get away because his truck wouldn't start

By Justin Franz

A Kalispell man has been charged with felony robbery after he allegedly held up an Evergreen gas station at gun point on Oct. 27.

Jeremy Curtis Conder, 29, was arrested soon after the robbery and remains detained in the Flathead County Jail.

According to court documents, Conder walked into the Evergreen Town Pump wearing a hat and a green mask over his face. He came to the counter and set a gun down, pointed at the clerk and said “money.” A second clerk came over and said “really?” and Conder nodded. The first clerk handed Conder an undisclosed amount of money. Conder walked outside to a gold GMC truck but was unable to start the vehicle.

While Conder sat in the vehicle trying to figure out what to do, a customer wrote down the license plate of the vehicle: CONDER1. Soon after, officers from the Kalispell Police Department and Flathead County Sheriff’s Office arrived and arrested Conder.

If convicted, Conder could face 40 years in prison and a fine of $50,000.

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