Manchester Man Sentenced for Bank Robbery Offenses
|U.S. Attorney’s Office November 14, 2012|
CONCORD, NH—Jordan Dearborn, 22, of Manchester was sentenced in United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire to 41 months in prison for bank robbery convictions, announced United States Attorney John P. Kacavas.
In July, Dearborn pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank robbery and aiding and abetting a bank robbery that stem from the robbery of a federally insured bank in Manchester on December 17, 2011. Dearborn’s co-conspirator, Raymond Rios, entered the bank and handed a note that was written by Dearborn to a bank teller. The note stated, “Empty your cash register into the bag and you [won’t] get shot. I have a gun. Cooperate and no one will get hurt.” As the teller read the note, Rios handed her a plastic bag. The teller removed a sum of money from her teller drawer, put the money into the plastic bag, and handed the items to Rios. Rios then left the bank and got into a getaway car that was driven by Dearborn. Rios was sentenced to 55 months in prison for his participation in the robbery.
The case was investigated by the Manchester Police Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Bob Kinsella.