HENDERSONVILLE, NC (WSPA) – A former bank teller and her boyfriend were found guilty of robbing a bank customer who withdrew a large sum of cash, according to District Attorney Greg Newman.
Christina Robinson, 25, of Hendersonville and Samuel Angram, 27, of Fletcher, were each sentenced to 74 months for Armed Robbery.
Michael Angram was a witness in the trial and is serving an 11 year sentence for his role in the robbery.
The victim went to his bank on May 11, 2017 and withdrew $25,000 cash.
Robinson worked at the teller window next to the one where the victim got the money.
The victim left and Robinson left her station and called Samuel immediately after, according to investigators.
They say Samuel then called his brother, Michael.
Michael told investigators Samuel drove him to the victim’s neighborhood.
Michael then attacked the victim as he walked from his car to his home and forced him to the ground at gunpoint.
The victim said Angram kept asking specifically for the $25,000 cash.
The victim hid the money under his leg while face down as Angram looked through his car for the money.
A fingerprint taken from an envelope in the car matched Angram, according to investigators.
They say Angram didn’t get the $25,000, but did get away with the victim’s wallet which had credit cards and $1,000.
Prosecutors say Michael was arrested in Charlotte and recorded a statement implicating Robinson, Samuel and himself.