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A Tennessee federal judge sentenced Antonio Johnson last week to 36 years in prison for his role in kidnapping a credit union employee and her three-year-old child and robbing more than $400,000 from a Memphis branch of the $760 million First South Financial Credit Union based in Bartlett.

Johnson, 44, and two others, Travis Jackson, 37, and Shalundra Johnson, 39, were found guilty of multiple felony charges of kidnapping and bank robbery by force or violence earlier this year following a four-day jury trial, acting U.S. Attorney Joseph C. Murphy Jr. for the Western District of Tennessee in Memphis, said Monday. The jury also found Johnson and Jackson guilty on several firearms felonies.

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