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Carnegie Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Robbing Bank

U.S. Attorney’s Office January 25, 2010
  • Western District of Pennsylvania

Acting United States Attorney Robert S. Cessar announced today, January 25, 2010, that on January 22, 2010, Mark Huellen, Jr., a resident of Carnegie, Pennsylvania, was sentenced in federal court in Pittsburgh to 100 months’ in prison followed by three years of supervised release on his conviction for bank robbery. Additionally, Huellen, Jr. was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,947.00 to PNC Bank.

United States District Judge Joy Flowers Conti imposed the sentence on Huellen, Jr., age 33.

According to information presented to the court by Assistant United States Attorney Almon S. Burke, Jr., on October 29, 2008, Huellen, Jr. robbed the PNC Bank on West Liberty Avenue in Dormont, Pennsylvania.  As a result of the robbery, Huellen, Jr. obtained $1,947.00.

Mr. Cessar commended the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Dormont Borough Police Department for the investigation leading to the successful prosecution of Huellen, Jr.

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