Sentencing Delayed For U.S. Bank Robbery Suspects

The two people who pleaded guilty to robbing the U.S. Bank in June will not be sentenced until next week. The delay came about after an issue with the payment of restitution developed. Sabrina Waterhouse and William Childs appeared before Christian Circuit Court Judge Andrew Self Wednesday afternoon, where attorneys were confident the restitution had been paid.


   
Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney, Michael Cotthoff says he knows some money was recovered at the home.


   
Waterhouse's attorney, Stephanie Mize says there is money still being held.


   
Judge Self made it clear Commonwealth's Attorney Lynn Pryor would need to appear next week for the sentencing.


   
Waterhouse pleaded guilty to walking into the South Main Street branch on June 28, handed the teller a note, and walked out with nearly $9,000. She was arrested two days later in Syracuse, New York.

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