For Immediate Release
February 5, 2018
Contact: Bernie Weisenfeld- PIO-GCPO
Re.: Sentencing on bank robbery, bomb threat, drug charge
Travis C. Stanback (DOB (1/2/81), of Paulsboro NJ was sentenced today (2/5/18) to ten years in New Jersey state prison after pleading guilty to participating in a 3/23/16 robbery of a West Deptford Bank, calling in a false bomb threat to West Deptford High School on 3/17/16 and possession of crack cocaine in Paulsboro on 4/2/16.
In sentencing Stanback to ten years for second-degree robbery, Superior Court Judge M. Christine Allen-Jackson ordered him and his codefendants to repay BB&T Bank $137,700. Stanback will have no ability to make restitution while incarcerated, but must begin making payments of at least $50 monthly after his release, Judge Allen Jackson said.
Under the New Jersey No Early Release Act, Stanback must serve 85 percent of his prison sentence before becoming eligible for parole.
Judge Allen Jackson imposed four-year sentences on Stanback for second-degree false reporting and third degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance, both concurrent with the robbery sentence.
A codefendant in the bank robbery, Quamaine J. Jackson (DOB 3/18/94), of Chesilhurst NJ, has also pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery and is awaiting sentencing. Another codefendant, Latoya Y. Bryson (DOB12/24/77, of Vineland NJ, pleaded guilty to third-degree theft and was sentenced 1/26/17 to three years on probation and 364 days in county jail. Charges in the case were dismissed against the sister of Travis Stanback, Charmaine M. Stanback (9/29/90), who is deceased.