The Clinton man who robbed the Adirondack Bank in south Utica last year has been sentenced to prison time, according to the Oneida County District Attorney’s Office.
In Oneida County Court on Friday, 21-year-old Alexander Reznicek was sentenced to one to three years in prison. He previously pleaded guilty to third-degree robbery and third-degree burglary.
In Dec. 2017, Reznicek went into the Adirondack Bank on Genesee Street in south Utica and handed a bank teller a note demanding money, claiming that violence would occur if an alarm was activated. Reznicek then left the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Reznicek was identified and arrested after police released a surveillance photo of the robbery, seeking help from the public, and then received numerous calls identifying him.
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