Bank robber who dressed as a woman sentenced - KCTV5 News

Bank robber who dressed as a woman sentenced

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A Kansas City man has been sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for bank robbery, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said Wednesday.

Joshua J. Parker, 20, of Kansas City, MO, pleaded guilty to two counts of bank robbery. In his plea, he admitted that on Oct. 21, 2011, he entered the U.S. Bank at 6940 Mission Rd. He was dressed like a woman, wearing a black wig, dark sunglasses and dark zippered jacket. He pushed aside a customer at the counter, jumped up on the counter and declared, "I'm back." The teller recognized him as the same person who had robbed the bank on Aug. 23 that same year.

The attorney's office said Parker fled the bank in a Chrysler Sebring. A Prairie Village police officer attempted to stop the car. The Sebring slowed down, but didn't stop. When officers forced the car to stop near West 65th Street and Overbrook, Parker ran from the vehicle, wearing only black shorts and socks. He ran north through backyards and a low-lying creek bed, where he was arrested.

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