A fourth person is now suspected in a series of Lubbock bank robberies. Tuesday, a federal grand jury indicted three men and one woman with various felonies related to bank robberies in Lubbock from April 2004 to January 2006. All four are charged with conspiracy to commit bank and credit union robbery.
James Edward Peacock and David Aaron Johnson and James Horton are charged with the October 2005 robbery at Plains Bell Federal Credit Union. Peacock and Johnson are also charged with five additional robberies including an April 2004 robbery at City Bank, the May 2004 robbery at State National Bank and two robberies at People's Bank.
The indictment also says Peacock, Johnson and Erica Nicole Edwards are charged with last month's robbery at the Plains Bell Federal Credit Union. An arrest warrant has been issued for Edwards. Her alleged role in the robbery is not yet known.
If convicted, Peacock and Johnson face 32 years to life in prison while Horton and Edwards face 7 years to life.
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