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Valley Center Man Sentenced to More Than 11 Years for Bank Robbery

U.S. Attorney’s Office September 04, 2013
  • District of Kansas (316) 269-6481

WICHITA, KS—A Valley Center man has been sentenced to federal prison for a 2012 bank robbery, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today.

Dlaney M. Nixon, 24, Valley Center, Kansas, was sentenced to 140 months in federal prison. He pleaded guilty to one count of bank robbery. Nixon and two other defendants—Henry J. Adams, III and Terry G. Revels—were indicted in October 2012. Court documents alleged that on October 15, 2012, the men robbed the Intrust Bank at 142 N. Ash in Valley Center. Nixon and Revels entered the bank wearing ski masks and hoodies and carrying black bags, Johnson waited outside in a white Cadillac to act as a lookout. They took money from bank tellers’ drawers and fled the bank.

Officers responding to the robbery located the Cadillac near 81st North and West Street in Valley Center and chased the car several miles before it stopped on Sheriden Court and the robbers fled on foot in different directions.

Nixon was arrested following a foot chase after he fled the car.

Co-defendant Terry G. Revels was sentenced to 235 months in prison.

Co-defendant Henry J. Adams, III was sentenced to 140 months in prison.

Grissom commended the agencies that took part in the investigation including the Valley Center Police Department, the FBI, the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office, the Wichita Police Department, the Kansas Highway Patrol, the Park City Police Department, the Maize Police Department, the Kechi Police Department, the Haysville Police Department, the Colwich Police Department, the Andale Police Department, the Mount Hope Police Department, and the State Parole Office, as well as Assistant U.S. Attorney David Lind, who prosecuted the case.

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