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Guilty Plea for West Deptford Bank Robbery Suspect

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Authorities said Travis C. Stanback 36, of Paulsboro NJ, pleaded guilty today to participating on March 23, 2016, armed robbery of a West Deptford NJ bank and also admitted to separate cocaine possession and false bomb threat charges.

According to authorities, in the robbery of the BB&T bank on Kings Highway, four defendants were charged with taking $140,500 at gunpoint from the bank vault.

Some cases remain open for the other three suspects; Charmaine Stanback 27, of Clarksboro NJ; Latoya Y. Bryson 39, of Williamstown, and Quamaine J. Jackson 23, of Chesilhurst. Investigators arrested the suspects within a week.

Police said as a result of negotiations with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, Travis C. Stanback pleaded guilty to first degree armed robbery. Under the agreement, the prosecutor's office will recommend a sentence of 10 years in state prison, with no parole possible for 85 percent of the term.

The sentence encompasses the robbery, bomb threat, and narcotics cases authorities said.

Superior Court Judge M. Christine Allen-Jackson scheduled sentencing for the robbery case as well as the other charges for January 16th.

Stanback also pleaded guilty to second-degree falsely reporting a bomb that resulted in an evacuation of West Deptford High School on March 17th, 2017 and third-degree possession of crack cocaine during an April vehicle stop in Paulsboro.