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|April 22, 2019|
Dunbar guard caught stealing from money vault
LOS ANGELES – (INT) – A former Dunbar Armored Security employee is denying federal conspiracy and bank theft charges stemming from a scheme to smuggle $300,000 in cash out of Dunbar’s storage facility in Vernon.
Eric Miranda, 37, of East Los Angeles, was named in a four-count indictment charging him with conspiracy to commit bank theft alleging that he stole cash from the Dunbar vault by using “dummy” stacks of $100 bills that he switched out for real stacks of $100,000. Miranda smuggled on three occasions real stacks of money out of the vault room by hiding it in a postal box.
Miranda is facing a trial on December 18. If convicted, Miranda would face a statutory maximum sentence of 35 years in federal prison.
Story Date: November 12, 2018