A Crookston woman accused of robbing a pair of
Grand Forks banks within two weeks last fall has pleaded guilty in federal
court. Thirty-nine-year-old Charlene Corona, also known as Charlene Espinoza,
faced two counts of bank robbery and pleaded guilty to both on Tuesday.
Authorities say Corona used a knife to rob a Bremer Bank on September 30 and a
handgun to hold up the Citizen Community Credit Union on October 12. She faces
up to 40 years in prison, half a million dollars in fines and restitution. A
sentencing date was not immediately set.
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