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FBI Arrests Suspect Accused Of Violent Bank Robbery In OKC

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The FBI and Oklahoma City Police released this surveillance photo after the robbery of Bank of the West in Oklahoma City on December 14, 2010. The FBI and Oklahoma City Police released this surveillance photo after the robbery of Bank of the West in Oklahoma City on December 14, 2010.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

A man suspected of robbing a bank and assaulting an employee more than a year ago is behind bars and due in federal court Tuesday.

FBI agents arrested Delton Ray Neal, 34, on Monday, February 27, in the 3100 block of N.W. 150th Street in Oklahoma City. Agents nabbed another suspect, 40-year-old Quincy Benton, at Mayfield Middle School on Friday. Benton was a substitute teacher in the Putnam City School district.

A federal grand jury had already indicted Neal for robbing Bank of the West in December 2010. Agents said Neal and Benton were both armed with guns when they walked into the bank at 5401 N.W. 23rd street and demanded money. They forced two bank employees into the vault, bound them, and assaulted one of them.

Neal is being held in the Grady County Detention Center.

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