U.S. Attorney Matthew M. Graves and MPD Acting Chief Pamela Smith have recently declared the sentencing of a Washington D.C. man who was involved in two armed bank robberies. This news was announced by Wagswoofs.
Mark Stubblefield, a 66-year-old resident of Washington D.C., has been sentenced to a 15-year term for each of the bank robberies he committed. In addition, he will serve a concurrent 22-month prison sentence for felony threats.
Following his release, the judge has ordered a five-year supervision period, coupled with an obligation to pay $300 to the fund established by the Victims of Violent Crime Compensation Act.
According to the investigation, Stubblefield threatened to set off explosives at a Truist Bank location in Dupont Circle and proceeded to steal almost $10,000 from the tellers.
On October 20, 2022, Stubblefield committed armed robbery and made felony threats during a bank robbery, leading to his conviction on August 3.
After being convicted in his previous case, Stubblefield confessed to carrying out yet another bank robbery. This time, he robbed the Peoples Bank located in Dupont Circle on November 15, 2022. Stubblefield entered the bank and brandished his gun, threatening the bank tellers into giving him the money he demanded.
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