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Court weighs trial options for accused credit union robber.

An 81-year-old man indicted for the armed robbery of an Arizona credit union is in a hospital to determine whether he is competent to stand trial because he may or may not have dementia.

On Jan. 12,  Robert Francis Krebs  walked into a branch of the $160 million Pyramid Federal Credit Union in Tucson with a black BB handgun and stole more than $8,000. Police captured him the next day without incident.

Peter Strozniak

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