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Bank robbery may seem like an easy crime to commit -- but if you're caught, you'll spend much time in federal prison

On September 4, a bandit entered the OnPoint Community Credit Union on the corner of S.E. 13th and Tacoma Street in Sellwood, and committed a robbery – a federal crime, since banking institutions are federally insured.

Milwaukie police officers arrested Jackley on Wednesday, September 8, following a robbery at the Bank of the West branch at 11050 S.E. McLoughlin Boulevard in Milwaukie.

On September 14th, the FBI announced it had filed a federal criminal complaint charging Justin David Jackley, age 31, with three counts of bank robbery. Jackley made his initial appearance before a U.S. Magistrate Judge that day on those charges. The judge ordered Jackley detained pending further court proceedings.

According to the criminal complaint, FBI agents also believe Jackley is responsible for two previous robberies as well: The September 4th holdup at the Sellwood OnPoint branch, and the August 23rd robbery of a Bank of America branch at 9171 S.E. 82nd Avenue. If Jackley is found guilty in his trial, he will face a term in federal prison.

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