MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -A woman who robbed an Inwood, W.Va., bank last spring and then parked the getaway car in a front yard with a "For Sale" sign in its window pleaded guilty Monday to one felony count of first-degree aggravated robbery.
Diana Lynn Barrow, 40, of Bunker Hill, W.Va., will be sentenced to serve a sentence of 20 years, according to conditions of a plea bargain. Circuit Judge David Sanders will decide in July whether that sentence should be served in prison or as probation, both sides of the case said during Barrow's plea hearing.
Barrow remained free on bond.
Barrow admitted to Sanders that she walked into the F&M Bank branch in Inwood on May 1, 2002, ordered people to get on the floor and then demanded money from a cashier.