The man charged with robbing a Jackson bank New Year’s Eve has been found guilty by a Cheyenne jury yesterday. The Jury took a total of 50 minutes to deliberate the fate of 40-year-old Corey Donaldson before they handed down the verdict that he had been guilty of using intimidation to rob the US Bank branch in Jackson. The bank’s manager testified before the jury that Donaldson had told him a Mexican drug cartel would blow up the building and hunt him down if he did not hand over the money. Altogether, Donaldson made off with $140,700 which he says he handed out to homeless people and charities. Donaldson now faces a possible sentence of 20 years in prison when he is sentenced in July.