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Colorado bank robber indicted, facing additional charges in Kentucky

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A bank robber allegedly responsible for two bank robberies in Northern Colorado has been indicted in Denver Friday. 25-year old James Wilbert Gray of Tennessee was arrested in Texas after being charged with bank robbery in Kentucky.

According to the federal grand jury indictment, Gray robbed the TCB Bank in Keenesburg on July 24, 2017. He then robbed the Bank of the West in Lyons three days later.

Acting US Attorney Bob Troyer said Gray faces two counts of bank robbery. His initial appearance was in the US District Court in Texas where he was advised of the charges pending against him.

The Department of Justice says he is currently in custody in Kentucky, where he is facing additional bank robbery charges. He is being held without bond and will be transferred to Colorado after the Kentucky matter is resolved.

Both bank robberies carry a penalty of no more than 20 years in federal prison, up to $250,000 fine, and restitution.

The investigation was handled by the FBI with assistance from the Lochbuie Police Department and the Boulder County Sheriff's Office. 

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