St. Paul man pleads guilty to armed robbery

6:03 PM, May 29, 2013   |    comments
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MINNEAPOLIS -- A St. Paul man has pleaded guilty to armed robbery of a US Bank last December.

David Judin Greer, 47, admitted to stealing $3,952 from the US Bank branch located at 711 Cleveland Avenue South in St. Paul on December 13th.

According to officials, Greer walked into the bank around 2 p.m. and approached the teller counter, showed a gun, and demanded twenties, fifties and one hundred dollar bills.  Greer fled after the teller handed over the money.

After the robbery, the FBI released images of the robber, and later that day authorities received an anonymous phone call that identified the robber as Greer.

Authorities say Greer could face up to 25 years in prison for the count of armed bank robbery, and a potential maximum penalty of life in prison for the count of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence.

The hearing to determine Greer's sentence has yet to be scheduled.

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