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7/20/2024 6:21:47 AM
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2 men implicated of May bank burglary in Lexington apprehended in Tennessee


2 men implicated of May bank burglary in Lexington apprehended in Tennessee


It occurred around 4:20 p.m. on May 21 at Forcht Bank on Southland Drive.

According to Lexington authorities, 2 guys entered the bank using high-visibility vests and sweatshirts and demanded money before getting away the scene. Utilizing the Real-Time Intelligence Center, traffic electronic cameras, license plate readers, and Fusus, investigators had the ability to identify the men as 26-year-old Markwez Wynn and 26-year-old Stephen Hampton.

On Wednesday morning, Lexington authorities stated that both men were jailed in Nashville, Tennessee, by the FBI and Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.

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Both Wynn and Hampton deal with first-degree burglary charges and are lodged at the Davidson County Downtown Detention Center, awaiting extradition to Fayette County.

Per detention center records, Hampton is being held on a $100,000 bond and Wynn on a $250,000 bond.

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