With the latest Emmaus bank heist still under investigation, one convicted robber is sentenced to up to 70 years behind bars.
Isaah Sampson, who took part in a December 2010 robbery at the in downtown Emmaus, was ordered yesterday by Lehigh County Judge Robert L. Steinberg to serve 33 to 70 years in state prison, according to a report on Lehigh Valley Live.
Sampson, of Allentown, and two accomplices, Hishamu Curry and Edward Maye, . Sampson fired shots at police as they attempted to escape in a gun battle and car chase that ripped through the borough.
Including the December 2010 KNBT robbery, there have been a total of in the borough of Emmaus since July 2010. The most recent bank robbery happened on .