Reisetter sentenced for Toronto, SD bank robbery



11/6/13  
by Perry Miller
 
 
A Sioux Falls man will spend nearly 10 years in prison for robbing a bank at 
gunpoint in Toronto.
 
The U.S. attorney's office says 39-year-old Nathan Reisetter, formerly of White, 
was sentenced in Aberdeen this week for bank robbery and possession of a 
firearm while committing a federal crime of violence. 
 
He was given a total of 117 months in prison, fined $12,500 and he must 
pay more than $26,000 in restitution.  He was facing up to 20-years in prison.  
Reisetter will also be under supervised release for 5-years after he gets out.
 
Reisetter earlier pleaded guilty. He entered the Toronto First Bank and Trust 
January 2nd and intimidated two tellers with a 9mm handgun. Reisetter gave 
one teller a garbage bag and told her to fill it up with money from the vault, 
ordered the tellers to the back of the room and took off.
 
Reisetter was arrested a couple of weeks later at his Brookings job.  He 
admitted robbing the bank. Police searched Reisetter's home and seized 
cash, guns, and the clothing worn by Reisetter the day of the robbery.
 
 
 

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