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Driver in bank robbery given $250K bond
Sean Jamarko Foster

IN BRIEF: Sean Foster, the alleged driver of last December's armed robbery at the Georgia's Own Credit Union in Conyers involving two co-defendants that were National Guardsmen, was given a $250,000 bond in Rockdale County Superior Court today. Foster is also wanted in connection with an alleged robbing ring that struck Dollar General stores in Gwinnett County. Foster had passed the 90 day mark without having an indictment, which required a bond to be given. FBI investigators were reportedly considering prosecuting Foster and his co-defendants Menshack Nyepah and Jemelle Francis, which delayed local indictment. All three are still reportedly in jail.

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