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Pittsburgh man sentenced to 12.5 years for 2015 Wexford bank robbery

| Monday, June 19, 2017, 6:21 p.m.

A Brighton Heights man on Monday was sentenced to 12 12 years in federal prison for robbing a Marshall bank close to two years ago.

Boe Keenan, 34, formerly of Hybla Street, Pittsburgh, was guilty of robbing the First National Bank on Devine Drive in Marshall on June 30, 2015, according to Acting United States Attorney Soo C. Song.

According to information in the case, Keenan received $1,725 in cash after handing a note demanding money and a green bag to a teller.

Keenan has a significant prior record, including a conviction for robbing a Harrison Township bank in 2010.

He was also charged in 2008 in relation to a bar stabbing in the Natrona section of Harrison.

After serving the prison time, Keenan faces three years of supervised release.

U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon imposed the sentence.

The Northern Regional Police Department and the FBI investigated.

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