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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) -- A Utah man who told police he's responsible for robberies in several states will serve another 10 years behind bars for holding up a Sioux Falls bank.
Donald Archambault (AR'-sham-boh) is currently serving a federal sentence for a bank robbery conviction in Utah.
He was sentenced this week in federal court in South Dakota to 15 years for the February 2005 robbery of a Home Federal Bank in Sioux Falls.
Prosecutors say five years of that sentence will be served concurrent to the time Archambault is serving in Utah, with the other 10 years to be served afterward.
Sioux Falls police say he acknowledged being responsible for the Sioux Falls heist and other robberies in Iowa, Montana and Wyoming, as well as others in Sioux Falls.
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