Bank robber OKs plea

Wallace arrested while waiting for getaway bus at Greyhound station

KINGMAN - A Kingman man has accepted a plea offer in a bank robbery case.

Kenneth E. Wallace, 45, accepted the offer and pleaded guilty to felony robbery Thursday morning. According to the plea agreement, Wallace will serve prison time. He could serve up to a maximum of three years. Sentencing is set for a later date.

On Aug. 18, Wallace entered Compass Bank on Stockton Hill Road and handed the teller a note saying he had a gun and demanding $1,500.

Wallace fled with $1,200 before the teller could finish counting the money. Kingman Police officers later tracked Wallace to the Greyhound station on East Andy Devine Avenue where he was waiting for a bus to Las Vegas.

According to KPD, some of the money was recovered.