A SunTrust Bank teller described a robber’s phony dreadlocks in court Monday and the robbery suspect’s cousin testified his relative lamented making off with “only seven beans” — meaning $700 — before a judge certified charges.|
Stuart Henry Veney III, 29, of North Charlotte Avenue, faces up to life in prison for charges of entering a bank while armed to commit larceny and making a bomb threat.
Waynesboro police arrested Veney early March 11, just 34 hours after the SunTrust heist, which closed down Broad Street for two hours while Virginia State Police worked to detonate a “disruption shot” inside the bank to disarm what was believed to be a bomb left by Veney. It wasn't.
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