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Man Lists Robbery on To-Do List

April 23, 2004  | 

John Sarver, 47, pleaded guilty to six counts of bank robbery after police searching his home found a list reminding him to rob a bank.

The Kansas City, Kan., man admitted to robbing banks in suburbs around Kansas City between January 2002 and December 2003. At each bank, he demanded money by handing the teller a note.

Sarver could be sentenced to 20 years for each count.

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