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Alleged Bank Robber Fakes Heart Attack in Boulder

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A man suspected of robbing a Boulder bank faked a heart attack during his arrest. 55-year-old James William Cranfill struggled with police as he was being handcuffed near the Boulder Municipal Building on Thursday, when he faked a heart attack and was taken to a nearby hospital. Cranfill is accused of entering the FirstBank at the corner of Pearl and 28th streets on March 16th and making off with an undisclosed amount of cash. He faces charges of robbery, identity theft, obstructing a police officer, resisting arrest and failure to appear in court.

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