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Irondequoit Post
  • Three caught via GPS admit robbing Buffalo bank

  • Authorities say a GPS tracking device led police to the western New York home of a bank robber.

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  • Authorities say a GPS tracking device led police to the western New York home of a bank robber.
    Now she and two other suspects have pleaded guilty.
    The Erie County District Attorney’s office says 24-year-old Antoinette Freeman, 22-year-old Porche Allen and 21-year-old Darian Allen Jr., all of Buffalo, pleaded guilty Monday. They admit robbing a Bank of America branch at gunpoint in the suburb of Cheektowaga on June 8.
    Police say the trio wore surgical masks and ordered customers and employees to lie on the floor before making off with an unspecified amount of money that contained a tracking device.
    Police followed the signal to Freeman’s Buffalo home.
    All face 3 1/2 to 15 years in prison when they’re sentenced in January.
     
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