A man who robbed an Overland Park bank last year, then called 911 on himself, was sentenced Monday to six months in prison.
Paul A. Sundquist also was ordered to serve six months of house arrest after his release from prison.
Sundquist, 30, of Louisburg, Kan., pleaded guilty in March in federal court to robbing the Stanley Bank at 7835 W. 151st St. on Sept. 19, 2016.
He had a police scanner in his getaway vehicle and when he heard that someone had given his license plate number to police, he parked, called 911, and said where he was.
When officers arrived, Sundquist claimed that he had been forced to rob the bank, but later admitted that wasn’t true.