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Two ex-Marines get prison for San Diego-area bank robbery

December 16, 2011 |  5:18 pm

Two former Marines were sentenced Friday in San Diego to federal prison terms after pleading guilty to bank robbery.

Dominique Dontae Lasker, 27, was sentenced to 10 years, one month, for bank robbery and brandishing a weapon.  Davon Jacques Darden, 24, was sentenced to seven years for bank robbery.

Lasker is also charged with two counts of murder in Texas, unrelated to the bank robbery.

Both were active-duty sergeants when they robbed the California Coast Credit Union in La Mesa on Oct. 30, 2010, at gunpoint of $9,500, according to court documents. After being charged, both were dishonorably discharged.

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