Man to spend almost 40 years behind bars for bank robbing spree

Urbana - The man arrested for a serial bank robbery was sentenced to almost 40 years in prison.

Ronald Corbin, 49, was sentenced for four counts of aggravated bank robbery and two counts of brandishing a firearm during a crime. Corbin robbed four banks between August 12 and September 10 of 2013. Including the United Community Bank in Oakwood, First Midwest Bank in Danville, the Central Illinois Bank in Urbana, and attempted to rob the Municipal Trust and Savings Bank in Momence.

Corbin is also facing charges for three other bank robberies in Indiana. Co-defendant and getaway driver Dennis Gallivan plead guilty to his charges and is awaiting sentencing, set for May 20.

Corbin will spend 39 years and 3 months in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release. He will also have to pay restitution to the United Community Bank and the First Midwest Bank. 
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