FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - A South Florida bank robber authorities dubbed the "Brazen Bandit" for his aggressive and violent tactics has been sentenced to 52 years in prison.
 
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Fla. 'Brazen Bandit' robber gets 52-year sentence
 
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - A South Florida bank robber authorities dubbed the "Brazen Bandit" for his aggressive and violent tactics has been sentenced to 52 years in prison.
 
A Fort Lauderdale federal judge imposed the sentence Friday on 44-year-old Michael Anthony Price of Coconut Creek. Price was convicted of several charges related to a pair of 2010 armed bank robberies in Broward County.
 
In one of the robberies, Price shot and wounded a 67-year-old bank customer who remains paralyzed from the neck down. In another robbery, Price pointed a gun at a bank teller and told her she had 15 seconds to fill his backpack with cash. She complied.
 
The getaway driver in each robbery pleaded guilty and is scheduled to be sentenced next week.ce Friday on 44-year-old Michael Anthony Price of Coconut Creek. Price was convicted of several charges related to a pair of 2010 armed bank robberies in Broward County.
 
In one of the robberies, Price shot and wounded a 67-year-old bank customer who remains paralyzed from the neck down. In another robbery, Price pointed a gun at a bank teller and told her she had 15 seconds to fill his backpack with cash. She complied.
 
The getaway driver in each robbery pleaded guilty and is scheduled to be sentenced next week.