A 61-year-old Joshua Tree woman pleaded guilty last week to robbing a bank in January. Darcy Landrum was in court last Tuesday for a pre-preliminary conference when she changed her plea to guilty to robbing US Bank in Yucca Valley three weeks ago. Judge Rodney Cortez sentenced her to two years in state prison in Frontera. According to Sheriff’s Detective Corey Emon, Landrum walked into the bank shortly before 10 a.m. January 27 and handed the teller a note that said, “This is a robbery.” Landrum then told the teller to give her the money, not to press the button, and to not give her a dye pack or she would shoot her. Following up on tips, Emon found Landrum the next day at a bus stop in front of Wal-Mart; when the detective confronted her, Landrum asked if he was there about her boyfriend, Harold Ghaemmaghami, who pleaded guilty in October to robbing a bank in La Quinta. During the investigation, Sheriff’s detectives found in Landrum’s possession money that was traced back to the bank, as well as the clothing she was seen wearing during the robbery.