Sentencing for the Wisconsin man who robbed a bank last November is set for April.
Earlier this month, Joshua James Bonin, of Bonduel, Wisconsin, entered a no contest plea to the felony charge of armed robbery with the threat of force.
On November 29, 2010, he entered the Bank North branch office in Amberg, Wisconsin. Bonin then fled the scene and was taken into custody about twelve minutes later.
All of the stolen money was recovered.
While not a technically a guilty plea, a no contest plea has the same immediate effect as one.
Bonin will be sentenced on April 18.