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Is this the man who fled police at speeds up to 100 mph?

2013-11-01 - 1582 Campbellsville Road Columbia, KY - Photo From Columbia Police Department, UCB Bank surveillance photo. This United Citizens Bank surveillance footage shows the man who robbed the Campbellsville Road UCB branch bank in October of 2012. Barely one year later, a string of events and a look at the driver of the car which crashed in Taylor County October 29, 2013 has led Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss to believe the incidents are related. Eugene Earl Gentry, 42, who was seriously injured in the Tuesday, October 29, 2013, incidents in Taylor County, is in a Louisville hospital! Campbellsville Police are investigating the Tuesday events. Columbia Police are investigating the October 2012 UCB bank robbery.
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