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Suspect in Aiken County bank robberies surrenders

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012 11:18 AM
Last updated 7:36 PM
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An Aiken County bank robbery suspect has surrendered to authorities, the Aiken Department of Public Safety said Saturday.

Clarence Junior Green  SPECIAL
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Clarence Junior Green

Clarence Junior Green, 32, was arrested late Friday night. Green contacted the West Columbia Police Department after learning of the two Aiken Department of Public Safety charges for bank robbery, according to a news release.

Green surrendered to officers at a West Columbia, S.C., motel and is being held at the Lexington County Detention Center.

Aiken Public Safety investigators identified and issued warrants for Green on Friday, charging him with two counts of bank robbery for Sept. 21 and Nov. 13 holdups of the South Carolina State Credit Union, 210 Beaufort St. 

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JRC2024
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JRC2024 11/17/12 - 12:45 pm
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I guess he will get three

I guess he will get three hots and a cot for some time.

TrulyWorried
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TrulyWorried 11/17/12 - 03:56 pm
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Bank robber

Best thing he could have done. Taxpayers will pay for his stay but he won't commit any more crimes, a good swap.

shrimp for breakfast
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shrimp for breakfast 11/17/12 - 11:45 pm
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Pretty strange

Rob 2 banks and then turn yourself in. Oh well maybe he wanted the federal government to take care of him for the next 20 years or so.

LillyfromtheMills
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LillyfromtheMills 11/18/12 - 07:38 am
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Prison

I saw where these two guys said they hadn't paid taxes their whole lives and they knew their retirement years would be fine because they would live happily ever after in the federal pen :)

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