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Suspect Admits To Sioux Falls Bank Robbery

October 30, 2012, 5:05 PM

Suspect Admits To Sioux Falls Bank Robbery
Alvione Jones | June 2012

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

He got away with $60,000 but a bank robbery could end up costing a Sioux Falls man two decades in prison.

22-year-old Alvione Jones now admits to robbing the Great Western Bank on North Sycamore Avenue in June.  Authorities arrested Jones just hours after the crime and blocks from the crime scene at his brother's apartment.  Inside, they found a backpack used in the robbery along with two plastic handguns that were either BB guns or toys.

Since he pleaded guilty, Jones now faces up to 20 years in prison.  He'll be sentenced in January.

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