Credit Union accomplice sentenced at Nelson Courthouse
The accomplice in the robberies of Nelson and District Credit Union and Kootenay Currency Exchange was sentenced to almost five years in jail in Nelson Supreme Court.
Krista Kalmikoff, 28, who was convicted of five of six counts for her part in the robberies that rocked the Heritage City in April of 2014, was given a sentence of four years, nine months.
The ringleader in the crimes, Andrew Stevenson, was previously handed a 10-year sentence after being convicted of robberies at the Credit Union, Kootenay Currency Exchange as well as hold ups in the Castlegar area.
Stevenson pleaded guilty to eight counts of criminal offences and was sentenced in September of 2015.
After time served is calculated, Kalmikoff will serve four and a half years in jail.