February 12, 2011 by staff
Commerce Bank, Corpus Christi, TX David Michael Hall, 32, who after escaping from a halfway house of the federal government began a frenzy of flying two banks in three days, was sentenced to more than 14 years in federal prison, the U.S. Attorney Jose Angel Moreno announced today.
U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack Hall today sentenced to 178 months in federal custody for stealing the International Bank of Commerce South Staples Street Corpus Christi July 12, 2010. Hall was also ordered to pay restitution to the bank of $ 8,116.00 and has not been found. Trust Bank for the flight to Texas, Victoria, Texas July 14, 2010, the judge also convicted Jack Hall at 178 months in federal prison. The judge ordered that both sentences be served concurrently and must be followed by a three-year term of supervised release. Hall was sentenced in November 2010 after pleading guilty to using force, violence and intimidation to steal the two financial institutions.
On July 12, 2010, the day of the International Commercial Bank robbery, Hall had absconded from a halfway house in Corpus Christi, where he was serving a sentence for bank robbery before. Hall hired a taxi to take him to the bank IPC wait while he was inside, and chase after the robbery. Hall then hid the stolen money and took a bus to Victoria, Texas. On July 14, 2010, Hall stole the Trust Bank of Texas, Victoria. Hall was arrested hiding in a hair salon after the flight. All the money stolen from Victoria, including several bills marked was found in the pocket of Hall. Hall was not in possession of a weapon at the time of his arrest.
The FBI and the Corpus Christi and Victoria police departments conducted the investigation that led to the charges. Assistant United States Attorney Robert D. Thorpe Jr. prosecuted the case.
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