Medina County Courthouse

Sunday, February 06, 2011

Brunswick Woman Gets Two Year Prison Term for Bank Robbery

On Thursday, February 3, 2011, Sarah M. Sicking, 29, of Bennington Boulevard in Brunswick, Ohio appeared in Judge Kimbler's courtroom for imposition of sentence on one count of Robbery, a second degree felony. The charge rose out of an incident on August 20, 2010, when Ms. Sicking walked into a branch of the Fifth Third Bank on Center Road in Brunswick and handed the teller a note demanding money. The note said that Ms. Sicking was carrying a weapon, even though she didn't have a weapon on her. The teller gave Ms. Sicking $5,799.00 in currency and Ms. Sicking fled out the front doors.

Ms. Sicking, who has four children, was arrested on August 23, 2010 by Brunswick Police
Detective Weinhardt following an anonymous tip that Ms. Sicking was involved in the Fifth Third robbery. At first Ms. Sicking denied involvement in the robbery but later, during interrogation, she admitted her role in the robbery. Ms. Sicking was taken into custody and remained in jail from August 23, 2010 until February 3, 2011.

Judge Kimbler imposed a two prison sentence, waived court costs, and informed her that she would be under the supervision of the Adult Probation Department for three years following her release from prison. Judge Kimbler also gave her credit for 165 days spent in the Medina County Jail.

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