Last of 5 accused in Lincoln bank robberies sentenced
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The last of five people charged in connection with several Lincoln bank robberies has been sentenced.
Federal prosecutors say 21-year-old Kiana Stabler, of Lincoln, was sentenced Friday to seven years in federal prison. She was also ordered to pay more than $28,000 in restitution.
Stable had pleaded guilty to a 2017 bank robbery at Pinnacle Bank and conspiracy to commit bank robbery at Great Western Bank last year.
Last month, Isreal Holmes was sentenced to 10 years and ordered to pay more than $44,500; Kaylene Stabler was sentenced to five years and $17,500 restitution; and Crystal Stabler was sentenced to four years and more than $23,260 restitution.
In May, Julian Huffman was sentenced to five years and nearly $4,900 restitution.
They all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank robbery.