FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami/AP) — The leader of a violent gang is facing life in prison for his role in 2010 armored car robbery in which a guard was killed.
Terrance Brown, 41, was convicted last week on federal robbery and firearms charges. He’ll be sentenced on July 1st.
The actual shooter in the case, 33-year old Nathaniel Moss, was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty for his part in the October 2010 murder of a Brinks security guard Alejandro Nodarse Arencibia during a robbery outside a Bank of America in Miramar.
According to the FBI, Moss, along with Brown, 34-year old Toriano “Slick” Johnson, 34, and 45-year old Daryl Davis planned and carried out the attack and robbery as Arencibia, 48, carried a bag containing $397,500 to the bank.
Authorities say Brown’s gang tried unsuccessfully to rob two other armored cars before the fatal shooting. One robbery failed because the armored car failed to show up on time and the second plan was aborted when a police car drove into a bank parking lot.
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