He never displayed a weapon which is the reason he nor Williams were charged with armed robbery.
The maximum sentence for robbery is 15 years. Lamb was given that with five years suspended, leaving the 10 to serve.
In February, he applied for parole, noting that with
earned credits, he'd served more than three years and had completed Lifeskills and anger management courses in prison. His request was rejected.
In victim's impact statements filed at he time of his plea, the two tellers who were in the bank said although no weapon was used and no on was injured, they remain rattled by the incident.
"I still dream about this.
I am afraid to work in a teller's window without others around," one wrote, noting she is suspicious of people wearing hats or with backbacks in the bank and out in public. "Everyone involved will never be rid of the emotional pain and scarring this man left on us."
"I feel like he has taken things away from me such as my security, trust, feeling safe," the other one wrote.