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Md. man pleads guilty in 2012 armored truck robbery

GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA9) -- The United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein announced Wednesday that a 28-year-old man pleaded guilty in conspiracy to commit an armed robbery of an armored truck in 2012.

Officials said, Adrian Baldwin, 28, of D.C. conspired with Damione Lewis, Delacey Brown, Taurian Miller, and others to rob an armored truck in mid November at a bank located in Hyattsville.

According to officials, Baldwin was going to take part in the robbery and share the money.

On November 21, 2012, a total of $272,956 was picked up in an armored car from the bank located in Hyattsville. Officials said, Baldwin, along with the other conspirators went up to the employee, took the money to the vans and drove off. They were carrying firearms at the time of the incident, officials said.

The money was split up between the conspirators. According to officials, Baldwin said he used the money to buy a 2002 Ford Explorer. He will have to turnover the vehicle as part of his plea agreement, officials said.

He is facing at least 20 years in prison and his sentenced is scheduled for November 10, 2014.

The other conspirators have also all pleaded guilty in the robbery. They are all awaiting sentencing, officials said.


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