He was sentenced to four years and nine months in prison. But at the time of Yanez’s sentencing only $115,000 had been recovered. U.S. District Judge Otis D. Wright II said he suspected Yanez knew where the rest was hidden. After the actual discovery, about $300,000 from the stolen money is still missing. Other persons were involved in the roberry. Driver, Aldo Vega, 28, of Pomona, also pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing. Yanez’s wife, Leticia Yanez, and a family friend, Jovita Guzman, face trial in March. According to the indictment filed in Los Angeles federal court, Yanez and fellow Loomis driver Aldo Esquivel Vega, 28, of Pomona, were transporting a multimillion-dollar shipment of cash for Bank of America when they stopped in a parking lot on West Adams Boulevard.