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* KEY WEST, Fla. (10/17/11)--An ex-police officer pleaded guilty Wednesday to robbing Keys FCU, Key West, Fla., with a threatening note and a fake bomb made of tape and tin cans. A U.S. District Judge sentenced Jeffrey Carl Meyers, 48, to four years and three months in prison, followed by three months of supervised probation (The Key West Citizen Oct. 13). Meyers also was ordered to participate in substance abuse treatment and pay $574 in court costs and fines. Meyers was arrested July 5, the same day a robber netted $1,880 after demanding cash from a teller at the credit union branch. Police arrested Meyers when an officer recognized him sitting in front of a machine at an Internet gaming parlor …


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