KC Man Pleads Guilty to Two Bank Robberies, Armed Business Robbery
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas City, Missouri, man pleaded guilty in federal court today to two bank robberies and the armed robbery of a Subway store during a February 2016 crime spree.
Mack Davis, 27, pleaded guilty before U.S. Chief District Judge Beth Phillips to two counts of bank robbery, one count of robbing a business, and one count of using a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence. Davis was originally charged on Feb. 26, 2016, but was a fugitive from justice until he was apprehended on April 20, 2017. Davis has been in federal custody since his arrest.
Davis admitted that he stole $2,210 from Commerce Bank, 6100 Troost Avenue in Kansas City, on Feb. 16, 2016. Davis presented a note to the teller that read: “Give me all the loose money. No INK PACKS No trackers or EVERYBODY Will DIE!!” (sic)
Davis admitted that he stole $2,525 from Central Bank of the Midwest, 9740 Wornall Road in Kansas City, on Feb. 24, 2016. During the robbery, Davis told a bank employee to give him money or “I will shoot you.” Davis kept his right hand in his front pocket as if he had a gun.
Davis admitted that he stole $647 at gunpoint from the Subway store at 3550 Truman Road in Kansas City on Feb. 1, 2016. Davis, brandishing a handgun, demanded money from a Subway employee then fled with the proceeds.
Under federal statutes, Davis is subject to a sentence of up to 20 years in federal prison without parole for each of the three robbery counts, plus a mandatory consecutive sentence of at least seven years in federal prison without parole for the firearm count. The maximum statutory sentence is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes, as the sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the court based on the advisory sentencing guidelines and other statutory factors. A sentencing hearing will be scheduled after the completion of a presentence investigation by the United States Probation Office.
This case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney D. Michael Green. It was investigated by the Kansas City, Mo., Police Department and the FBI.