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Wilmington man sentenced for bank robberies


WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- More than two years after he robbed two banks just days apart, Reggie Beckton has been sentenced for his crimes. Beckton was sentenced to 300 months in jail followed by three years of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay more than $2,500 in restitution.

On September 12, 2012, Beckton was convicted on one count of Bank Robbery and one count of Bank Robbery, Aiding and Abetting.

Beckton robbed the RBC Centura Bank on Market Street on August 17, 2010. Just nine days later on August 26, 2010, Beckton robbed the new Bridge Bank on South College Road.

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Was that Beckton giving the

Was that Beckton giving the news report while on this video...or what's his name? If so...the lip sinking was off several seconds.
By the way...nice photo shot of him while in are so many other criminals that have their pix taken in jail. We must have one heck of a COOL JAIL that brings out the best in criminals. Or is it knowing that they will be on Facebook next and be back out on the streets sooner then later, getting "High Five's" from friends? HA!!!!!!

get him outta my courtroom!!

Judge threw the book at his stupid behind + he still have to pay the money back. Wow not what he planned huh? Pay attention to his mug shot here i promise you he doesn't still have that same dumb grin on his face now.

So let me get this straight

So let me get this straight a beats his wife so badly she passes out then he slits her throat, and all he gets is 180 months. But a guy robs a bank and gets 300 months


I wonder why!!!!!!!!


You are absolutely right! Our justice system is screwed up! He basically stole 3,000 worth of money and this man killed his wife, but the bank robber gets more time.... SMH... Guess its better to kill than ROB...

One crime was...

prosecuted as a federal offense...the other a state offense. Different sentencing guidelines.