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SPRINGBORO, OH (FOX19) -
Anthony Marquette Phillips, 44, of Fort Wayne, Ind. was
sentenced to 235 months in prison for his role in the armed robbery of a bank
in Springboro on April 27, 2012 plus an additional 120 months for using and
discharging a firearm during the course of the robbery.
According to court documents, Phillips and Anton Jevon
Alexander, 36, of Indianapolis, approached the bank manager as he was
entering the building's rear door at 8:30 in the morning and pushed him inside.
Springboro police officers received a 911 call and arrived at the bank around
The would-be robbers attempted to flee when they heard police arriving.
Phillips fired a shot at the manager. The manager escaped safely. The men
remained in the bank until approximately 1:30 Friday afternoon when they
emerged and were taken into custody.
Each defendant pleaded guilty on October 12, 2012. Alexander
was sentenced on May 7, 2013 to 15 years in prison.