EUGENE, Ore. – A serial bank robber, who robbed 12 banks in Oregon, was sentenced Tuesday.
Lorinda Marie Goodin, 44, of Lane County was sentenced to 22 years and 11 months in prison for committing two armed bank robberies in Multnomah County, two armed bank robberies in Lane County, and to possessing ammunition after having been previously convicted of eight bank robberies.
Goodin was arrested on December 7, 2011, by an FBI agent and Springfield Police officers after she was seen driving a stolen vehicle in Springfield. Police say she had a toy pistol in her possession along with various disguises.
A court authorized search by police found numerous rounds of .22 caliber ammunition at Goodin’s home. Goodin pled guilty in federal court and was sentenced as an armed career criminal
Goodin also robbed 25 businesses located in Lane County, Multnomah County, Clackamas County, Wasco County and Douglas County in December 2011.
Police say when Goodin committed the robberies, she carried what appeared to be a large caliber pistol and threatened to shoot employees. Goodin had an accomplice in several of the robberies.