Local Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Bank Robbery

Darryl Rashad Stoglin (Driver's license photo/Waco police)
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WACO (January 8, 2014) Darryl Rashad Stoglin was sentenced to federal prison Wednesday after he pleaded guilty in November to robbing the C-T Credit Union last July.

U.S. District Judge Walter S. Smith sentenced Stoglin to serve 65 months in federal prison, to be followed by 3 years on supervised release.

Smith also ordered Stoglin to pay $11,050 in restitution, a $500 fine and $100 in special assessment to the court.

Stoglin 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.