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November 13, 2006

Bainbridge-  It's been more than a year since the Family Bank in Bainbridge was robbed at gunpoint and now three of the four suspects are on trial for the robbery.  A jury was seated Monday and prosecutors called their first witness. 

August 4, 2005, Jeremiah Waller, Doney Mathis, Jean Forte, and Tonya Jackson all of Bibb County, robbed the Family Bank in Bainbridge. Waller, Forte, and Jackson were picked up a short time later, but Mathis wasn't arrested until a day later.

Jackson has already plead guilty and was sentenced to 20 years. She's expected to testify against the other three.

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