Crime didn’t pay too much for bank robber Dallas Eric Dunmore; but feds liked him just fine
Bank Robbery Gang only less than ten G’s; they should have stolen an ATM
GREENBELT, MD—U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm sentenced Dallas Eric Dunmore, age 48, of Washington, D.C., on Jan. 8, 2015 to 163 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for bank robbery.
The sentence was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein; Special Agent in Charge Stephen E. Vogt of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Assistant Director in Charge Andrew G. McCabe of the Federal Bureau of Investigation—Washington Field Office; Chief Mark A. Magaw of the Prince George’s County Police Department; Chief J. Thomas Manger of the Montgomery County Police Department; and Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh.
According to their plea agreements, Dallas Dunmore, Derrick Hart and Teddy McCain robbed or attempted to rob banks in Maryland and Virginia. In each robbery Dallas Dunmore entered the bank and handed the teller a note demanding money. On one occasion, the note also stated that he had a gun, while on two other occasions Dunmore told the teller that he or another conspirator had a gun. McCain waited outside during each robbery. Hart also waited outside during the robberies, except on June 19, 2013, when Hart entered the bank with Dallas Dunmore and another conspirator.
The total proceeds from the five robberies in which Dunmore participated are $5,370; and the total proceeds from the six robberies in which Hart and McCain participated are $8,437.
Co-conspirators Derrick Hart, age 43, of District Heights, Maryland, and Teddy McCain, age 55, of Germantown, Maryland, previously pleaded guilty to bank robbery and McCain was sentenced to six years in prison. Hart is scheduled to be sentenced on July 31, 2015, at 9:00 a.m.
United States Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein praised the FBI; Prince George’s and Montgomery County Police Departments; the Arlington, Fairfax, and Alexandria, Virginia Police Departments; and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, for their work in the investigation. Mr. Rosenstein thanked Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicolas Mitchell and Special Assistant United States Attorney Gerald A. A. Collins, a cross designated Maryland Assistant Attorney General, who are prosecuting the case.