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Fall River man sentenced to prison after being accused of robbing two city banks



A Fall River man has been sentenced to prison after being accused of robbing two city banks last year.

Kalvin Boule pled guilty Friday to two counts of unarmed robbery and was sentenced to three years in prison, according to court records.

According to Fall River Police, Detectives developed information leading them to believe the suspect from a robbery at St. Anne’s Credit Union, which occurred on June 28, and the suspect from a robbery at Rockland Trust, which occurred on June 29, were the same person.

Detectives were able to learn that their suspect may be at the Capri Motel at 741 Sate Road in Dartmouth.

Detectives responded to the hotel and were able to locate Boule, who after a brief investigation, was ultimately placed under arrest with the assistance of Dartmouth Police.

Fall River Police Detective Cheyenne Fortin was granted a search warrant for a room identified as belonging to Boule at the Capri Motel. Dartmouth Police assisted in the execution of the search warrant which uncovered evidence linking Boule to the bank robberies.

Boule had been previously arrested in 2018 concerning a robbery at Saint Anne’s Credit Union.

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