6 charged with unrelated bank robberies
OKLAHOMA CITY– The FBI says few bank robberies go unsolved and very few suspects go unpunished.
Earlier this year, authorities say several banks became targets during an increase in armed robberies.
However, all of those suspects were captured.
Officials say six men are charged with conspiracy to commit six separate armed bank robberies.
The indictment against them was just unsealed Friday.
The robberies happened between January 18, 2013 and April 12, 2013.
Those suspects include 27-year-old Michael Lewis, 19-year-old Jerry Lewis, 41-year-old Clarence Hudson, 19-year-old Charles Johnson, 19-year-old Leon Wayne Murrell and 21-year-old Nicholas Deshon Tubbs.
All of the suspects are in custody.
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