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An 82-year-old man who held up a branch of the $170 million Pyramid Federal Credit Union in Tucson, Ariz., in January 2018 will be sentenced in May after a federal jury in Arizona found him guilty last week of armed robbery.

But at least one juror apparently saw or sensed something unsettling about Robert Francis Krebs, questioning why he was being prosecuted. The Octogenarian has spent most of his adult life behind bars and now faces up to 25 years for robbing a credit union branch with a BB gun.

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