A Cumberland City man was arrested Thursday morning after allegedly holding up the bank in Vanleer. The Dickson County Sheriff’s Office reports 25-year-old Jerry L. Jennette was charged with aggravated robbery following the holdup at First Federal Bank on Highway 49. According to a release from the sheriff’s office, a man walked into the bank around 9 am Thursday and handed a note to the teller instructing her to “give him all the money.” The man displayed a handgun tucked in his waistband and left with an undisclosed amount of cash. The statement says a witness was able to provide police with a description and license plate number for the man’s truck and a short time later motorcycle Officer Paul Montgomery spotted a vehicle matching the description on Highway 48 near the intersection with Indian Creek Road. Montgomery stopped the vehicle and Lt. Detective Andy Davis and other sheriff’s office personnel soon arrived to assist. Jennette was identified as the driver of the vehicle and the statement says evidence was recovered from the truck linking him to the robbery. The FBI was called in to assist with the investigation. Jennette was charged with aggravated robbery and is behind held in the Dickson County Jail on $100,000 bond. He could face federal charges for bank robbery.