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Lisle Man Admits He Robbed Four Banks

AbleStock.comA Broome County man has pleaded guilty in Binghamton federal court to several bank robbery charges.

Prosecutors say 44-year-old Samuel Parrotti of Lisle admitted to four armed robberies of New York and Pennsylvania banks last July and August.

The first heist happened July 16 at the M&T Bank branch on Vestal Avenue on Binghamton’s South Side.

Two weeks later, an NBT Bank in Whitney Point was robbed.  Parrotti also admitted robbing banks in Scranton and Sayre in August.

Authorities say Parrotti wound up with about $38,000 as a result of the robberies.

Parrotti is scheduled to be sentenced May 23.

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