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Former teller sentenced in Dundalk bank robbery
Former teller sentenced in Dundalk bank robbery

A former teller was sentenced in federal court on Wednesday to seven years in prison for robbing the Dundalk M&T Bank where she had previously worked. The U.S. attorney's office said Janaya Brittne Person-Robinson, 20, of Baltimore and her then boyfriend, Darrius Roszario D. Washington, also 20, were able to get inside and demand $133,600 from the bank on Oct. 1, 2013 because Person-Robinson knew the bank's procedures and employees. Person-Robinson and Washington waited outside the bank before it opened and waited until an employee and stopped an employee and ordered her to open the door, using a .32 caliber gun, prosecutors said. Once inside, prosecutors said, the couple...

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