'Leprechaun Bandit' Gets 14 Years in Prison

A man nicknamed the "Leprechaun Bandit" received 14 years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to two counts of bank robbery.

Richard Earl Kemp, 27, robbed several banks in the Fort Worth and Hurst areas of Texas, according to police.

Kemp approached bank tellers with a note demanding cash, which also usually issued a threat if the teller refused to hand over money.

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Kemp was nicknamed the "Leprechaun Bandit" after he was seen in a surveillance photo wearing a baseball cap with a shamrock and a leprechaun.