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terminally ill as he left the courtroom.
investigations were still being coordinated.
Piccinini won't handle the charges should Brewster be indicted in any of the other bank robberies. The FBI and Justice Department officials have said only that those Nike Vapormax Tn Plus 2018
Federal officials have yet to charge Brewster with any heist but the Sept. 10 robbery of a Huntington National Bank branch in Erie, which is believed to be the last of his string.
Although the suspect had a nickname, the FBI didn't know his real name until a still unidentified tipster saw news coverage of the Erie heist and called to give agents Brewster's name and birth date. The FBI filed a criminal complaint for the Erie heist after the teller picked his mug shot out of a photo lineup, and the attached affidavit makes clear the FBI is convinced he's responsible for the earlier robberies.
Federal public defender Thomas Patton wouldn't say anything about Brewster.
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bank teller that he had just four months to live just shrugged Nike Vapormax Flyknit Midnight Fog when asked Thursday if he really was terminally ill, moments after a federal judge ordered him jailed until he can stand trial for a northwestern Pennsylvania bank robbery. Magistrate Judge Susan Paradise Baxter ordered Michael Eugene Brewster, 54, of Pensacola, Fla., incarcerated after he waived his right to a detention hearing.
By then, the FBI had nicknamed the suspect after bank surveillance photos from nine other robberies showed what appeared to be the same suspect, in his early 50s, with graying hair combed backward, and wearing a blue polo shirt with a pocket. In each instance, the robber handed the teller a note and claimed to have a gun and, in some instances, claimed to be terminally ill going so far as to say, "I have four months to live" to a teller in Roy, Utah on July 6.
Brewster wore an orange, one piece jumpsuit from the nearby Erie County Prison, and had a stubbly beard, mustache and wore his graying light brown hair brushed straight back, as it appeared in the bank surveillance photos. marshals.
"I don't have any comment," he said.
Brewster was arrested Sept. 13 in Roland, Okla., after he ran a stop sign near a casino close to the Arkansas border. When the FBI warrant for the Erie heist showed up on a computer search, Brewster was jailed there until he could be brought back to Pennsylvania for Thursday's court appearance.
Although he was returning to the county jail, Brewster will then be moved to the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center, a private lockup near Youngstown, Ohio. Marshall Piccinini said he "really didn't know" if Brewster had requested any special health care.
Nobody was hurt in the robberies, and the total amount of money taken hasn't been released, though the indictment said Brewster took $4,080 from the Erie bank.
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Had Brewster not waived the hearing, the judge would have had to determine whether Brewster was a risk to flee prosecution or a danger to the community. Both findings were likely given that the FBI's contention that he's robbed 10 banks in nine states while crisscrossing the country since a heist June 21 in Arvada, Colo.
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