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Two indictments handed down for bank robberies

Nicholas Martin (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Nicholas Martin (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Andrew Bush (Source: Campbell County Detention Center) Andrew Bush (Source: Campbell County Detention Center)
Marocko Conley (Source: Campbell County Detention Center) Marocko Conley (Source: Campbell County Detention Center)

COVINGTON, KY (FOX19) - A federal grand jury sitting in Covington, Ky. returned two indictments this afternoon that charges three men with robbing three Northern Kentucky banks in June of this year.

One indictment charges 31-year-old Marocko D. Conley and 28-year-old Andrew G. Bush, both of Newport, for robbing the U.S. Bank located on South Fort Thomas Avenue in Campbell County on June 19.

The second indictment alleges that 28-year-old Nicholas E. Martin of Cincinnati, robbed the Citizens Bank branch located at the 2900 block of Alexandria Pike in Highland Heights on June 21, 2010. Two days after that alleged robbery, Martin allegedly robbed a Fifth Third Bank branch located on Donnermeyer Drive in Bellevue.

A court date has not been set for the three. If convicted, the defendants face a maximum prison sentence of 20 years for each count of robbery that they are charged with.

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