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Judge Sentences Tiverton Bank Robber

Daniel Fernandes, 22, has pleaded guilty to robbing the Bank of Newport this past August.

Daniel Fernandes (Credit: Tiverton police)
Daniel Fernandes (Credit: Tiverton police)
A judge has sentenced a man responsible for robbing the Bank of Newport in Tiverton this past August. 

Daniel Fernandes, 22, has pleaded guilty to second-degree armed robbery, according to the Tiverton police Facebook page. 

After Tiverton police issued a warrant for the suspect, Fernandes surrendered to Connecticut police on Sept. 5. He was wanted in Connecticut as a parole violator after he walked away from a pre-release halfway house. 

Fernandes was sentenced to 3 1/2 years to serve, 10 years probation, 5 1/2 years suspended sentence, and was ordered to pay restitution to Bank of Newport.

Want to read more about this story? Check out our previous coverage below. 

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Tom Tiverton January 29, 2014 at 10:09 AM
seems like a light sentence for armed bank robbery.
A Tobin February 01, 2014 at 10:29 AM
It is February 1st! This was headline news almost a week ago! Why is it still the lead story in my subject line? No wonder they want to close some Patch sites down. Who wants to read last week's news and see the same bunch of people insulting each other on the side! I have more luck reading the S. Times to keep current on local events. At least they don't have the "children who can't play nicely" fighting in print. They have editors who control the level of foolishness that gets published and that the rest of us are tired reading about. Sorry the Patch is just a sinking ship that I am no longer going to board. We had a large fire in town etc. But Danny F. is still looking at me from the home page.

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