Bank Robbery Suspects Enter Not Guilty Pleas

Three men accused of robbing a southern Kentucky Bank had not guilty pleas entered on their behalf, but they could now face more serious federal charges.

Police say John Worley, Justin Coffey and Thomas Rooks robbed the Cumberland Valley National Bank in Williamsburg yesterday.

Police in Corbin later spotted a car matching the getaway car description with red dye from the money on its windows.

Police arrested the three who are from Russell Springs and held them on state robbery charges, while the FBI continues its investigation.


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  • by tasha Location: spaw on Sep 24, 2007 at 10:42 AM
    they know what they was doin when they did it. they deserve punishment.
  • by Me Location: Russell on Sep 22, 2007 at 11:40 PM
    Yea I think it was dumb to. I think Rooks made those kids do that cuz look at them. Those two kids didnt know what the heck they were doin.
  • by ME Location: Russell on Sep 21, 2007 at 10:28 AM
    I think they are really dumb for what they did. But, I hope the Coffey and Worley boys get out.

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