A 23-year-old South Dakota man who has already admitted robbing a bank in Iowa faces up to 20 years after admitting he robbed a bank in northeast Nebraska.
A news release from federal prosecutors says Karlis Baisden, of
Vermillion, S.D., pleaded guilty last week in U.S. District Court
in Sioux City, Iowa.
Prosecutors say Baisden robbed the Cedar Security Bank in
Fordyce, Neb., on Dec. 14, 2010. He got away with about $19,000.
During a search of Baisden's residence, officers seized letters
written by Baisden in which he admitted robbing the bank in Fordyce
and his intention to rob a bank in Lawton, Iowa.
In June Baisden pleaded guilty to three charges stemming from
the Lawton robbery, which occurred on April 6.
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