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Trial Set for Bank Robbery Suspects

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CBS2/FOX28) -- A man and woman accused of robbing a U.S. Bank branch in Cedar Rapids will stand trial on federal charged in September.

   Javon Dockery and Bria Daudinot will both stand trial on September 22nd.  They are accused of robbing the 16th Avenue U.S. Bank in Cedar Rapids on June 26th.  According to court documents, the pair are accused of leading police on a chase after the robbery which ended when they collided with two other vehicles. 

   Both have pleaded not guilty.  If convicted, Dockery could face up to life in prison for bank robbery and possession of a firearm used for criminal purposes.  Daudinot, if convicted, would face up to 20 years in prison for the bank robbery.

   Court documents also show a search of one of the suspect's cell phones turned up pictures of Dockery and Daudinot flashing large amounts of cash in pictures taken just hours after the May 29th robbery at a Cedar Rapids Guaranty Bank.

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