Two sentenced to federal prison in cooperative credit union burglaries

A Davenport male and a Muscatine female were sentenced Monday to federal prison for their role in a string of credit union robberies.Kevin Scott Denney, 60

, and Cynthia Niebuhr-Hartley, 32, were sentenced to 28 months in prison on charges of conspiracy to commit bank burglary and bank robbery.Once they complete their jail sentences, they need to serve three years of monitored release.There is no parole in the federal system.Judge Stephanie Rose likewise bought Denney to pay$24,541 in restitution.

Niebuhr-Hartley was bought to pay$5,980.

The male who admitted to robbing the Davenport credit unions, David S. Denney, 33, will be sentenced Tuesday early morning on three counts

of bank robbery and one count of conspiracy to dedicate bank robbery.According to court documents: David Denney robbed Ascentra Credit Union, 1515 W. 53rd St., on Aug. 11, 2016, taking $3,930 in cash; robbed the Vibrant Credit Union, 3801 N. Brady St, on Nov. 18, 2016

, making off with$5,980 in cash; and robbed the

Vibrant Credit Union again March 28, stealing $14,631 from 2 tellers.During an interview with authorities and the FBI, David Denney admitted he robbed the credit unions which his father, Kevin Denney, was the trip chauffeur and a knowing and prepared participant in the Ascentra break-in, which

Niebuhr-Hartley drove the getaway lorry throughout the first Dynamic robbery and that he paid her $400 for her participation.Police recuperated $9,901 from the Denney home.Niebuhr-Hartley informed cops she was included in the planning of the second Dynamic break-in and accepted be the trip chauffeur for 25 percent of the burglary profits. The two attempted to collaborate a date for the break-in however were unsuccessful.Niebuhr-Hartley said she found out that the credit union was robbed when she received a news alert on her mobile phone. She said she understood it needed to be David Denney and was jealous and disappointed that she did not get to get involved, according to the court documents.