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Grand jury indicts another person on 2015 Mitchell bank robbery

It is alleged that Kratky aided in intentionally taking property during a robbery at First Dakota National Bank. He has been indicted by a grand jury on witness statements from a Division of Criminal Investigation agent.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for another person involved in a 2015 bank robbery in Mitchell.

Nolan Robert Kratky, 23, of Ames, Iowa, is charged with aiding, abetting or advising in first-degree robbery, according to recently filed court documents in Davison County.

It is alleged that Kratky aided in intentionally taking property during a robbery at First Dakota National Bank. He has been indicted by a grand jury from witness statements from a Division of Criminal Investigation agent.

Another person involved in the robbery, Jose Campos, pleaded guilty in November to one count of first-degree robbery. Campos, of Sioux City, Nebraska, will be sentenced on Tuesday at the Davison County Public Safety Center.

The first-degree robbery charge is a Class 2 felony, with a potential maximum penalty of up to 25 years in prison and $50,000 in fines.

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Campos had faced two counts of robbery charges, two counts for kidnapping and an attempted kidnapping charge. A plea agreement with the Davison County State’s Attorney’s office dropped the other charges and left the first-degree robbery charge as Campos’ remaining offense.

Authorities in 2015 said the man entered the bank and sat inside for more than 45 minutes until the other customers left. The suspected robber then brandished a knife and demanded an undisclosed amount of money from bank tellers.

He then forced a female teller to walk out the front doors with him before getting into a silver vehicle — believed to be a 2009-11 Honda Civic with Nebraska license plates — parked on Green Drive, approximately half a block southeast of the bank.

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