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Quartet to serve 43 years total for Fayetteville robberies

Posted May 19, 2014

(From L to R) Christopher Stewart Wilson, 34; Marvin Rashaad Cummings, 23; Josephine Beatrice Johnson, 28; and Buddy Brayboy Christian, 23, were sentenced in federal court to 43 years and 10 months collectively for a string of 2011 Fayetteville bank and convenience store robberies.
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— Four people were sentenced in federal court to 43 years and 10 months collectively for a string of 2011 Fayetteville bank and convenience store robberies, Fayetteville police announced Monday.

Christopher Stewart Wilson, 34, received 24 years and 4 months; Marvin Rashaad Cummings, 23, received 12 years; Josephine Beatrice Johnson, 28, received 5 years; and Buddy Brayboy Christian, 23, received 2 years and 6 months.

The group was convicted of robbing five convenience stores in October 2011 and five banks in October and November 2011.

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  • randall0123a May 20, 2014

    buh-bye

  • Rebelyell55 May 20, 2014

    Too bad they'll be out in half the time.

  • same ole story May 20, 2014

    Another fine bunch of outstanding citizens. They could all pass for that guys son... if he had one!

  • Nancy Martin May 20, 2014
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    I was thinking the same thing, especially if they committed armed robberies in any of those multiple locations.

  • justafella May 19, 2014

    Sentencing seems a bit light for Federal charges.