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Bank robbery suspects face more charges
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Four men charged in connection with the armed robbery of a Rincon credit union have been charged with a series of other robbery attempts in Savannah.
The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department secured arrest warrants for armed robbery against Luciano Ramone Moore, 26, Rashamal Bradford, 19, Stafon Jamar Davis, 18, and Jamal Chris Mitchell, 17, according to SCMPD robbery detective Nathaniel Kirkland. All four are Savannah residents.
Davis, Bradford and Moore are in custody for the Sept. 21 robbery of the GeoVista credit union in Rincon in which drivers of two getaway cars left the scene before picking up the robbers. Rincon police have charged Davis, Bradford and Moore, plus Antwon Johnall Proctor, 30, in that robbery. Proctor was questioned by SCMPD detectives and taken into custody for Rincon police but has not been charged in the string of Savannah robberies.
Davis and Bradford were apprehended within an hour after the robbery attempt was reported.
For the complete story, see Friday's edition of the Herald.