AMHERST - Roy Warham was sentenced to four years total custody Monday morning after pleading guilty to charges, including robbing the TD Bank earlier this month.
The 57-year-old told the judge he was ashamed of his actions, and ashamed for what he put his wife's family through.
"I know how serious this was and I apologize to the women in the bank if I scared them," said Warham. "I feel ashamed. I know it's a terrible thing and I wish it didn't happen."
Warham was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in custody for the armed robbery charge, which was with an imitation explosive device. He was given a six-month concurrent custodial charge for having his face masked during the offence.
He also pleaded guilty to a count of theft from December of last year, and was given 25 weeks, consecutive. He was originally given six months for the charge, however one week was deemed served by time spent in remand.
A DNA sample order was granted and Warham has a lifetime firearms and weapons prohibition.