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Christopher Jeburk

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Ethnicity  African-American
Religion  Christian

Family  Jeburk
Name  Christopher Jeburk
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Full Name  Christopher Lawrence Jeburk
Born  January 1, 1976 (age 47) (1976-01-01) Augusta, Georgia[1]
Occupation  Incarcerated, career criminal, bank robber, kidnapper, drug dealer
Nationality   American

Similar  Jaan Laaman, David Lane (white supremacist), Eddie Dodson

Christopher Lawrence Jeburk (born January 1, 1976) is a convicted felon, known for the string of bank robberies he successfully pulled off along the East Coast of the United States. He escaped four times from prison, twice from a regional detention center and twice while in federal custody, to commit more crimes, including a jewel heist in Indonesia. He is currently incarcerated in a maximum security penitentiary.


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Held Hostage | FULL EPISODE | The FBI Files

Early life

Christopher Jeburk was born to a prominent southern African-American family. He was raised a Christian.


Beginning in 1995, at the age of 19, Jeburk started robbing banks. On October 13, 1995, Jeburk held teller Amy Shaw hostage at gunpoint, with the help of two individuals named Daniel Evans and Lamarko Rosco, while stealing $86,000. This money has not been recovered. After conviction, but awaiting sentencing, Jeburk escaped the Columbia County Detention Center on March 27. Jeburk embarked on a string of bank robberies from Florida to New England, with the help of Kimberly Williams, Jameela McCullen, and a fellow escapee, Jerome Frierson-Bey. He was recaptured on May 9, he then re-escaped. After this recapture, Jeburk was sentenced to life in prison for the robberies, the kidnapping, various theft charges, gun charges and drug charges.


The television show The FBI Files showed how the Jeburk case happened in the episode "Held Hostage".


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