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Jacksonville, Fla., Sheriff's Office identifies suspect in bank robbery as 23-year-old Nicholas Daquan Humphrey - @JSOPIO

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News video: Bank Robber in Jacksonville Taken Into Custody

Bank Robber in Jacksonville Taken Into Custody 00:37

An armed bank robber in Florida held a dozen people hostage in Jacksonville. According to the local sheriff's office, the suspect held customers at the Community First Credit Union hostage for two hours before releasing them. He was taken into custody after their release. The Jacksonville Sheriff's...

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