Delonta Wilson, 36, armed with a knife, entered the Old Point National Bank located in downtown Hampton on the morning of October 16, 2023, as stated in court documents.
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Wilson forcefully demanded money from the bank tellers, going as far as threatening to harm the customer if they didn’t comply. Fearing for the customer’s well-being, the tellers handed over approximately $6,550 in US currency to the defendant.
Wilson is set to receive his sentence on June 6th, with a potential maximum prison term of 25 years. However, it’s important to note that in most cases, the actual sentences for federal crimes are usually less severe than the maximum penalties.
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The sentence for an individual will be determined by a federal district court judge, who will take into account the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other relevant statutory factors.
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