Camden County Man Sentenced for Bank Robberies #9 and 10

A Camden County man, who was previously convicted of robbing eight South Jersey banks, will spend the next 16 years behind bars for two more robberies and a third attempted robbery in 2018.

In his most recent outburst, Anthony L. On Tuesday, he was sentenced to 200 months in prison.

Acting United States Attorney Rachel Honig says on July 14, 2018, Livingston entered the Gloucester Township of PNC Bank branch; The teller gave a note asking for cash and then ran away with cash.

Ten days later, Livingston attempted to recruit a homeless man to rob a BNC branch in Stratford on his behalf. According to Honig, Livingston told the man in detail how he committed the crime. The homeless walked into the bank, told an employee that he had been sent there to rob the bank and that he didn’t want to do that, and the person who sent him was waiting outside.

Later the same day, Livingston recruited co-defendant Lucky Hunter to rob the Collingswood Ocean First bank on his behalf, and led Hunter to the bank. Hunter robbed the bank with a request notice. Livingston acted as the getaway driver, and the two split the proceeds,” according to Honig’s office.

Hunter pleaded guilty in 2019 and is still awaiting sentencing.

Authorities say at the time of these bank robberies, Livingston was in the process of issuing under federal supervision. Just a day before he robbed a BNC branch in Gloucester, he had finished serving a 220-month prison sentence for eight other bank robberies in South Jersey in 2000 and 2001.

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