Baltimore woman, former bank employee, gets 7 years in armed bank robbery that netted $133,000

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BALTIMORE — A former bank employee has been sentenced to seven years in prison for her involvement in an armed bank robbery in Dundalk.

Janaya Person-Robinson of Baltimore was sentenced in federal court in Baltimore on Wednesday.

Prosecutors say the 20-year-old had been a teller-in-training at an M&T Bank in Dundalk and was familiar with the bank's layout and procedures.

They say she provided key information to 20-year-old Darrius Washington of Baltimore to rob the bank, joining him last October as he pointed a gun at two tellers' heads, threatened to kill them, and gained access to the vault.

Person-Robinson and Washington were arrested a short time later with a canvas bag filled with $133,000.

Washington is serving an 11-year prison sentence for the bank robbery.

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