Youngstown man sentenced for credit union robbery
A Youngstown man was sentenced on Thursday for the robbery of the Struthers Federal Credit Union last May.
Judge Dan Aaron Polster sentenced Anthony Salata on Count 1 to 86 months custody of the Bureau of Prisons, with credit for time served, three years supervised release, a $100 special assessment and $394 resolution to the Struthers Federal Credit Union.
Police say Salata went to the credit union claiming that he wanted to open an account, but then said it was a robbery and demanded money. Salata allegedly told the teller that he knows who they are and where they live.
Salata had plead guilty to his crimes in a federal court back in September of 2021.