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Akron: Canton man accused of 15 bank robberies

3:26 PM, Aug 5, 2010   |    comments
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Miller will appear in federal court in Akron before Magistrate Judge William H. Baughman Jr. at 11 a.m. Friday for a change of plea hearing.

The U.S. Attorney's office said a federal grand jury had previously returned an indictment against Miller on February 10, 2010, with a sole bank robbery charge for the February 4, 2010 robbery of the Chase Bank in Akron, Ohio.

On that sole charge, Miller pleaded not guilty on Feb. 12, 2010. He has been in the U.S. Marshals' custody since his arrest Feb. 5, the day after the Chase Bank robbery.

Thursday's fifteen-count information charges that Miller committed bank robberies on the following dates and locations:

June 11, 2009: National City Bank. 4140 Portage St. North Canton;

July 17, 2009: National City Bank 4140 Portage St. SW North Canton;

Aug. 15, 2009: First National Bank of Dennison 706 South Broadway, New Philadelphia;

Aug. 24, 2009: Commercial and Savings Bank 635 West High Ave, New Philadelphia;

Oct. 29, 2009: Huntington Bank 205 North Broadway St., New Philadelphia;

Dec. 8, 2009: National City Bank 815 Graham Rd., Stow;

Dec. 29, 2009: Applecreek Bank 155 South Market, Wooster;

Jan. 11, 2010: First Merit Bank 840 Brittain Rd., Akron;

Jan. 15, 2010: Huntington National Bank 1500 East Main St., Kent;

Jan. 20, 2010: National City Bank 438 Lake Avenue NE, Massillon;

Jan. 25, 2010: Key Bank 870 West Maple St., Hartville;

Jan. 30, 2010: Huntington National Bank 1919 Hills and Dales Rd., Massillon;

Feb. 2, 2010: Fifth Third Bank 576 Canton Rd. Akron;

Feb. 2, 2010: First Federal Community Bank 244 West High Ave., New Philadelphia;

Feb. 4, 2010: Chase Bank 632 East Market St., Akron.

The case was presented to the court by Assistant United States Attorney Daniel J. Riedl following an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, the Akron Police Department, the Alliance Police Department, the Canton Police Department and the Ohio Adult Parole Authority.

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