This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," December 14, 2005, that has been edited for clarity.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: He's a class president, the son of a minister, a cellist and now he has a new description, an accused bank robber. Nineteen-year-old Lehigh University student Greg Hogan was picked up by police at orchestra practice on Friday, then arrested at his fraternity house.

Joining us live from Allentown, Pennsylvania is Assistant Chief Ron Manescue of the Allentown Police Department, welcome sir.

RON MANESCUE, ALLENTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT: Good evening.

VAN SUSTEREN: Sir, so tell me Greg Hogan has been arrested for a bank robbery. What can you tell me about what happened last Friday?

MANESCUE: Shortly after three o'clock he walked into the bank, handed the teller a note and left with an undisclosed amount of money and got back in the vehicle of a friend that drove him there and left the scene.

VAN SUSTEREN: And how much later, sir, did the police show up at his orchestra practice?

MANESCUE: Approximately five hours later he was arrested by our police department.

VAN SUSTEREN: When he was arrested did he say anything sir?

MANESCUE: He did make some comments but unfortunately I can't comment on that, Greta.

VAN SUSTEREN: Sir, I take it that the bank like all banks have lots of cameras.

MANESCUE: Yes.

VAN SUSTEREN: How much money did he get away with?

MANESCUE: We understand it's several thousand dollars.

VAN SUSTEREN: Was it one of those dye packs where you go out and you get the dye sprayed on you or did he get out with the money?

MANESCUE: He got out with the money.

VAN SUSTEREN: The man, the colleague who drove the car, is he under arrest as well?

MANESCUE: No, he's not.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is there any reason why he's not under arrest?

MANESCUE: We don't believe he realized why he was driving the suspect to the bank. He was under the impression he was there to do legitimate business and he wasn't part of the robbery.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is this Mr. Hogan's bank to begin with? Is this the branch that he would be known in?

MANESCUE: We're not treating that as a prank.

VAN SUSTEREN: I wasn't suggesting a prank, more sir that, you know, that this was, you know, maybe not the right one for him to rob because he'd be easily recognized was my thought.

MANESCUE: He did not attempt to disguise himself, no.

VAN SUSTEREN: I understand, sir, at least it's being reported that he has gambling debts. Do you know anything about that, sir?

MANESCUE: Again, that's something I can't comment on, Greta.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Is he in custody tonight or has he been released on bond?

MANESCUE: He was originally placed in prison under $100,000 bail but he has since been released.

VAN SUSTEREN: And when is his next court appearance?

MANESCUE: January 31, 2006.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is he going to be charged federally or state, sir?

MANESCUE: Right now there are state charges pending.

VAN SUSTEREN: Sir, thank you very much for joining us.

MANESCUE: You're welcome.

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