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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Southern District of Texas

Friday, August 24, 2018

Jury Convicts Bank Employee of Aiding and Abetting Robbery

HOUSTON - A federal jury has convicted a 25-year-old Houston woman for the

robbery of the International Bank of Commerce (IBC) in June 2016, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick. The jury deliberated for less than three hours before convicting Mary Mosley following a three-day trial. 

At trial, the jury heard that Mosley was as employee at IBC bank in Houston when she gave her then boyfriend, Kendrick Miller, and his brother, Kenneth Glenn, inside information regarding bank operations and procedures. Mosley informed Miller how much money was in the vault, that it took two people to open it and information about when security would arrive.

On June 9, 2016, Miller, Glenn and Mosley’s cousin - Xavier Cain showed up ready to commit the robbery as planned. However, when Mosley and her co-worker arrived early on that morning, the front doors of the bank would not open.

Mosley then told the robbers she had left the back door unlocked so they could enter the building. Miller and Glenn entered the bank with a handgun. Glenn then ordered Mosley’s co-worker to the ground at gunpoint and ordered Mosley and her co-worker to open the vault. Miller, Glenn and Cain drove away with the money from the vault.

Miller, 29, Cain, 27, and Glenn, 24, all of Houston, have previously for their roles in the robbery and are awaiting sentencing. They each face up to 25 years in prison. Miller and Glenn face additional penalties for related firearms offenses. They all remain in custody pending those hearings.

Mosley’s sentencing is set for Dec. 4, 2018, before U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas. At that time she faces up to 25 years in prison. She was permitted to remain on bond pending that hearing.

The Houston Police Department and the FBI conducted the investigation as part of the Houston Law Enforcement Violent Crime Initiative. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Jill Stotts and Celia Moyer prosecuted the case.

Violent Crime
Updated August 30, 2018