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Would be bank robber Federal Indictment

We reported last week of a man on the way to the Texas First Bank in Hull to meet his wife for lunch, reported seeing a man go around the corner of the bank putting a mask on and carrying a duffle bag.  When the unidentified suspect realized he’d been spotted he ran into the nearby woods.  Another person reported a truck in the area, and that vehicle was stopped by Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers and a Constable with Precinct 5 on State Highway 105.  The person in the vehicle has been detained by law enforcement and currently the Federal Bureau of Investigations is questioning the individual.  Texas First Bank was not robbed and no one was injured. Now the individual stopped on SH 105 will face charges. A Federal Grand Jury in Beaumont has  indicted Jimmy James Mamoth Jr 58 of Kemah for attempted bank robbery. According to the US Attorneys office in Beaumont, Mamoth was seen walking outside Texas First Bank in Hull with a dark hooded jacket with a Halloween style mask on his face wearing gloves and carrying a duffle bag. A bank customer noticed the 58-year-old was entering the bank and honked their horn which startled the would be robber. Mamoth fled on foot to near by woods. Law Enforcement officers located Mamoth and placed him under arrest. U.S. Attorney Joe Brown called the customer a hero for thwarting a robbery. If Mammoth is convicted he could face up to 20 years in federal prison. The case is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office.

 

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