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Press Release

District Man Sentenced To Six Years In Prison

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Columbia

For Pair of December 2012 Bank Robberies
- Defendant Robbed Two Banks Within 48 Hours -

     WASHINGTON – Scott Lee Feuer, 58, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced today to six years in prison for robbing two banks in December 2012, announced U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr., Valerie Parlave, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, Cathy L. Lanier, Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), and Edwin D. Sloane, U.S. Marshal for the District Court of the District of Columbia.

     Feuer pled guilty to two counts of bank robbery in October 2013 and was sentenced today by the Honorable Rosemary M. Collyer in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Upon completion of his prison term, he will be placed on three years of supervised release. He also was ordered to pay $698 in restitution.

     According to a factual proffer of evidence presented at the time of the guilty plea, on the afternoon of Dec. 26, 2012, Feuer entered a SunTrust Bank in the 900 block of 17th Street NW, approached a bank employee, and handed over a note demanding money.  Feuer stole $692 from the bank before fleeing the area. Less than 48 hours later, on the morning of Dec. 28, 2012, Feuer entered a SunTrust Bank in the 1300 block of Connecticut Avenue NW, approached a bank employee, announced a robbery, and demanded money.  Feuer stole $2,350 from the bank.

     Feuer was apprehended by officers with the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) moments later inside the Dupont Circle Metro Station. Some stolen proceeds were recovered.

     In announcing the sentence, U.S. Attorney Machen, Assistant Director Parlave, Chief Lanier, and U.S. Marshal Sloane commended the investigative work of the Special Agents from the FBI’s Washington Field Office who worked on the case, the U.S. Marshals Service, and the entire joint FBI/MPD Violent Crimes Task Force.  In addition, they acknowledged the work of those who handled the case for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, including Legal Assistant Jessica Moffatt, and Assistant U.S. Attorneys Arvind K. Lal and Catherine K. Connelly, of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section.  Finally, they thanked Assistant U.S. Attorney David B. Kent, of the Violent Crime and Narcotics Trafficking Section, who prosecuted the case.


Updated February 19, 2015