DAVENPORT, Iowa — Editor's note: The above video aired on Feb. 3.
A Davenport man will be spending over three years in prison for a series of bank robberies in early 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
26-year-old Rayontrez Brown received a 41-month prison sentence, a restitution fine of $26,399 and three years of supervised release in a sentencing hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Brown was the suspect in a series of credit union robberies from January and February, stealing $26,399 from a total of three banks across the city.
Great Southern Bank was the first building hit on Jan. 14, followed by two different Family Credit Union locations on Jan. 21 and Feb. 2.
Brown was quickly identified as the suspect with the assistance of surveillance video and arrested the day after the third robbery.
Of the over $26,399 stolen, police were able to recover $9,315 on his person and at his home at the time of his arrest.
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