Two New Mexico residents charged with Colorado bank robberies
DENVER, Colorado (AP) ” Two New Mexico residents have been indicted for robbing two Southwest Colorado banks this spring.
Kacey Fisher and Julia Norris are charged with two counts of armed bank robbery apiece. The allegations were made public Friday, but hometowns weren’t available for either suspect.
Authorities accuse the 32-year-old Fisher and the 31-year-old Norris of robbing the Bank of the San Juans March 26th in Durango.
They also are accused of robbing the First Southwest Bank in Pagosa Springs on April 1st.
Fisher also is facing one count of using a firearm during a crime.
Each suspect faces up to 25 years in federal prison, and a maximum $250,000 fine, if convicted of armed robbery.
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