Mentor Woman Is Sentenced To 5 Years For Robbing Bank
Rollina Reynolds admitted Wednesday to robbing the Key Bank in Painesville
A Mentor woman who was accused of robbing the Key Bank in Painesville pleaded guilty to a count of robbery Wednesday in Lake County Court of Common Pleas.
Judge Eugene Lucci also sentenced Rollina Reynolds to five years in prison Wednesday and ordered her to pay $1,877 in restitution to the bank.
The bank robbery occurred on the afternon of Jan. 17. Reynolds entered the bank, told the teller she had a weapon and demanded money.
She then took $2,450 from the bank -- some of which was later retrieved -- and ran to a getaway car, according to The News-Herald.
Reynolds has previously been convicted of trafficking controlled substances, attempted kidnapping, attempted felonious assault and receiving stolen property.
Reynolds' codefendant -- 54-year-old Hope MacChesney -- is accused of driving the getaway car for her.
She was indicted on a charge of aggravated robbery in Lake County Court of Common Pleas and has pleaded not guilty.