TULSA, Oklahoma - A man who admitted to robbing a Tulsa bank has been sentenced to three years in prison. 

Joshua Gilchrist was arrested in February by Joplin, Missouri police after driving around several banks suspiciously. However, he bonded out of jail after giving a fake identity. 

When Joplin police learned of the Tulsa robbery and contacted the FBI, they found Gilchrist and arrested him for giving a fake name. That's when he admitted to robbing the bank in Tulsa.

Gilchrist will also have five years of supervised release after serving the three years in prison.