Man serving 15 years for robbery charged in another 2012 theft
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A man serving 15 years on armed robbery charges in Calhoun State Prison faces charges in another armed robbery in Cobb County.

Antonio Lanell Banks is accused of robbing a pizza delivery driver in June 2012.

The victim was called to deliver a pizza on Bentley Road near Delk Road. After his arrival, the victim was approached by two men wearing bandanas over their faces, according to an arrest warrant.

One of the suspects made a “deliberate movement” with his hand concealed inside a sweatshirt to intimidate the victim as if a firearm was present. Police say the suspects then attacked and subdued the victim, stealing cash from his pockets.

Officers later found a bandana at the scene and a crime lab matched DNA on the bandana to Banks.

— From staff reports
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