A Madison man will spend 21 years in federal prison for two bank robberies last fall. The U-S Attorney’s Office says 25-year-old Jay’Von Flemming was sentenced to 14 years for armed bank robbery and seven years for brandishing a firearm during a robbery. He pleaded guilty to robbing the Stoughton Home Savings Bank last October and admitted that he robbed the Bank Mutual in Portage in September 2017. Flemming and a co-defendant led Dane County sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase after robbing the Stoughton bank and were arrested after crashing the car. Money taken from the bank and firearms were recovered from their vehicle. Flemming was also ordered to pay restitution for the Portage bank robbery.