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Fayetteville police nab suspected bank robber

Posted October 14, 2011

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— Police said Friday that they had arrested a man suspected of robbing a Fayetteville bank Thursday afternoon.

A man walked into Carter Bank and Trust, at 697 Country Club Drive, shortly before 4 p.m., brandished a gun and demanded money, police said. He then fled in a black Nissan with an undisclosed amount of cash.

A short while later, police tried to stop a black Nissan near the intersection of Grove Street and Eastern Boulevard. After a short pursuit, officers were able to take the driver into custody, and they recovered money from the robbery, police said.

Terry G. Dunn, 47, of Bruce Drive in Dunn, was charged with common law robbery. He was released from the Cumberland County Detention Center after posting a $10,000 bond.

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  • nellbaby Oct 19, 2011

    and to think.....he used to be a deputy with the HCSO

  • jellybeanz Oct 18, 2011

    "We really need a functioning DA." DA's don't set bail, Magistrates do.

  • ncmickey Oct 14, 2011

    Guy I went to high school robbed a bank up in NJ. No gun, just a note. His bail was $250,000 and redused to $150,000 after 2 months. He is awaiting trial. AD offered him 7 years... His big haul?? $1400

    $10,000? bank robbery with a pistol?? Isnt it MANATORY 5 years JUST for the gun?

  • lorawatson Oct 14, 2011

    After posting only $10k bond, he was released? He already tried to get away once, (after a short pursuit) he will try to get away again!

  • hunter38 Oct 14, 2011

    Released to rob again....LOL......If I were him I would a big robbery and hit the road.

  • beatsthehelloutofme Oct 14, 2011

    Robbed a bank...with a gun and only had to post $10,000 bond?

  • danunger Oct 14, 2011

    Robbed a bank with a gun, ran from police and he is back on the street after posting bond????? WTH.....glad I don't live in Fayetteville, guess the ststem won't take him serious until he kills someone. We really need a functioning DA.

  • Billy_B0b Oct 14, 2011

    This guy is back out on the street?

  • wildcat Oct 14, 2011

    Hope they got the right man.

  • Rebelyell55 Oct 14, 2011

    Posted a 10,000 dollar bond? He had a gun, not just a note. Make ya wonder don't it. Time getting bad, some of these guys are trying to get locked up, free food, free medicare, place to sleep, may not be a bad place to be until the economy recovers in five years.

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