Former Nebraska City Chef Sentenced For Bank Robbery

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A former Nebraska City chef is serving a sentence in federal prison for bank robbery.

Nicholas E. Maloney, who had worked briefly as a chef at the Lied Lodge and Conference Center, was sentenced in US District Court in Colorado this summer to 64 months in prison and ordered to pay $9,420 in restitution.

He is ordered to pay Chase Bank and Bank of the West in Wheat Ridge, Colo.
His sentence is concurrent with a bank robbery conviction in Pulaski County, Ark.
Maloney is also sentenced to three years supervised release.

While renting a home in Dunbar, Maloney was fined $6,000 for 18 hunting violations.

In his financial affidavit, Maloney told the Arkansas court he had been working at a hunting ranch, but had debts of $10,000 for child support and medical bills.

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