Jurors are now deliberating the fate of a Fairfield man accused of robbing a federal credit union three years ago.
Forrest Goodwin, Jr., 33, is one of two men accused of stealing more than $9,000 from Taconnet Federal Credit Union in Skowhegan.
He pleaded not guilty to armed robbery and aiding and abetting.
In April, Paul Garland of Oakland pleaded guilty to armed robbery, prosecutors said he went into the bank with a knife.
Wednesday, the defense rested and did not call any witnesses. Closing arguments followed, with both sides focusing on Goodwin's charge of aiding and abetting.
Tuesday, jurors watched a police interview with Goodwin in which he admitted to waiting outside on a motorcycle, but didn't realize Garland was robbing the bank. The prosecution called those claims by Goodwin, bogus.
Goodwin's attorney said Goodwin was a victim and acted out of fear.
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