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Bank robbery suspect previously served time for murder

A man suspected of robbing a Centennial Bank in Little Rock Wednesday had previously served time in prison for first degree murder.
The scene at the Centennial Bank robbery in Little Rock
The scene at the Centennial Bank robbery in Little Rock
The scene at the Centennial Bank robbery in Little Rock
The scene at the Centennial Bank robbery in Little Rock
The scene at the Centennial Bank robbery in Little Rock
The scene at the Centennial Bank robbery in Little Rock
LITTLE ROCK, AR – A man suspected of robbing a Centennial Bank in Little Rock Wednesday had previously served time in prison for first degree murder.

Jonathan Ross Hill was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery, theft of property, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Thursday, Hill pleaded not guilty to those charges and bail was set at $250,000.

According to the Arkansas Department of Correction, Hill has served time in prison on numerous occasions. In 1993, Hill got 15 years for first degree murder in Pulaski County.

In 2008, Hill received a 13-year sentence for theft of property and possession of a firearm by certain persons. Hill was paroled on those charges two years later, and listed as an absconder on Nov 14th, 2011.

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