Man Pleads Guilty To Robbing Local Credit Union

Darryl Rashad Stoglin (Jail photo)
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WACO (November 1, 2013) A Waco man pleaded guilty Thursday to robbing a Waco federal credit union last July and was set for sentencing.

U.S. Diststrict Judge Walter S. Smith set Darryl Rashad Stoglin for sentencing on January 3, federal court documents show.

Stoglin could face a sentence of up to 20 years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000, according to court documents.

Stoglin, 29, has been in federal custody since his arrest on July 18 in Abilene on a warrant issued in connection with the robbery.

FBI Special Agent Eric Vasys said at the time of Stoglin's arrest Abilene police were serving a drug search warrant on a residence and Stoglin happened to be inside the house when the warrant was served.

When police ran a records check on Stoglin, the FBI bank robbery warrant showed up in his file.

A credit union employee reported the holdup at around 9 a.m. on July 8 and an employee there told officers the robber escaped on foot in the direction of the Colony Apartments at 8014 Woodway Drive.