Bank robbery and firearm charges have been brought against two Cedar Rapids residents.
Javon Dockery, 29, and Bria Daudinot, 21, robbed the US Bank on 16th Avenue in Cedar Rapids on June 26, according to authorities. Police also believe Dockery brandished a gun.
If convicted, Dockery faces the possibility of life in prison and a $500,000 fine. Daudinot faces a max sentence of 20 years and $250,000 fine.
The two made their first court appearance on July 22 in federal court in Cedar Rapids. Both are being held without bond.
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