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Casper Bank Robbing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty In Federal Court

Casper Police Department

Federal charges have been filed in the case of a bank robbery that happened in Casper last month.

48-year old David Sands has entered a plea of Not Guilty, to one count of bank robbery.

He has been accused by Casper Police of robbing the Wells Fargo Bank in downtown Casper.

According to police, Sands walked into the bank on July 18th, approached a bank teller, demanded money and then left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

He was arrested in Great Falls, Montana, 1 week after the incident.

If convicted, he could face up to 20 years behind bars.

His trail is scheduled to begin in October.

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