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November 16, 2006

Bainbridge-  Jurors find three Bainbridge bank robbers guilty of armed robbery. 

It took less than an hour to convict Jeremiah Waller, Doney Mathis, and Jean Forte of robbing the Family Bank in Bainbridge August 4,  2005.

A fourth accomplice Tonya Jackson plead guilty to charges and testified against the other three. Waller and Forte were sentenced to two consecutive life terms.

Mathis was the gunman and alluded police for a day before he was arrested.  He was sentenced to life without parole. Jackson was sentenced to 20 years.

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