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4 Men Plead Guilty In SD Robberies, Burglary

October 13, 2012, 3:32 PM


Four men have pleaded guilty for their roles in convenience-store robberies and home burglaries in Rapid City.

Each man reached his own plea agreement with prosecutors, which resulted in some charges being dismissed. All four will be sentenced in November.

Authorities say the men were involved in March robberies that took beer at two stores and cigarettes at another. A gun was involved in at least two of the robberies.

Twenty-two-year-old Hebrew Audiss pleaded guilty to being an accessory to first-degree robbery and attempted first-degree burglary.

Eighteen-year-old Adam Poor Bear pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery.

Twenty-two-year-old Matthew Wright pleaded guilty first-degree robbery.

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