Father of Layla Aiken pleads guilty to Fort Myers bank robbery
FORT MYERS, Fla. — The father of Layla Aiken pleaded guilty to robbery and possession of a bulletproof vest on Wednesday morning.
Glenn Aiken, 36, is accused of robbing a bank located at 8690 Gladiolus Drive on November 27. He got away with $960, according to an arrest report.
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The defense team asked to postpone Aiken’s sentencing until September 20 at 1:30 p.m., which the judge granted. He was released and told that he will be given the maximum sentence if he fails to show up to his sentencing.
Aiken had been charged with larceny petit theft twice in 2012, according to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
In 2020, Randi Romanoff, a woman who created the non-profit “Lights for Layla” after the young girl’s death, was arrested for misusing funds on vacations, attorney fees, and personal spending.
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