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David Sands Changes Plea In Casper Bank Robbery Case

David Sands
Casper Police Dept.

A man has changed his plea in the case of a bank robbery that happened in Casper last year.

48-year old David Sands, has pleaded guilty to 1 federal charge of bank robbery, involving the downtown Casper branch of Wells Fargo Bank.

According to Casper 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.

He is scheduled to be sentenced in April, and could face up to 20 years in prison.

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