PORTLAND, Ore. -- A 44-year-old Oregon woman who was convicted of eight bank robberies a decade ago has been sentenced to prison for another four robberies.
The U.S. attorney's office says Lorinda Marie Goodin has been sentenced to 22 years and 11 months in prison as part of a plea deal.
Two of the robberies were in Lane County and two were in Multnomah County. She admitted 25 other robberies.
Goodin dropped a bandanna during a robbery in Eugene. Oregon State Police crime lab analysts matched DNA from the bandanna to Goodin, whose DNA is on file.
During the robberies, Goodin used a toy pistol that looks like a large-caliber handgun. Real bullets were found in her home.
Goodin also agreed to plead guilty in state courts to the multiple robberies.