Daniel L. Miller, age 24, of Cleveland, was indicted on one count of bank robbery
Mike Tobin, Public Affairs Specialist, (216) 622-3651
Steven M. Dettelbach, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, today announced that a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging Daniel L. Miller, age 24, of Cleveland, Ohio, with one count of bank robbery.
The indictment charges that on December 15, 2011, Daniel L. Miller did by force, violence, and intimidation, take from the person, presence, and custody of a bank teller the sum of approximately $3,227, which was under the care, custody, and possession of U.S. Bank, 9740 Lorain Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, the deposits of which were then insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
The indictment was presented to the grand jury by Assistant United States Attorney Christos N. Georgalis after an investigation by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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