Baltimore man pleads guilty to 7-Eleven armed robberies

BALTIMORE - A 34-year-old man pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday to robbing eight 7-Eleven stores in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.

John Robinson, of Baltimore, admitted in court that from Dec. 1 to 18, 2013, Robinson and a co-conspirator robbed the stores using a loaded revolver.  The stores were located on Boston St., Holabird St., West 33rd St., Belair Rd., Reisterstown Rd., Harford Rd., Frederick Rd. and Pulaski Highway.

In each of the robberies, Robinson wore a mask and pointed the gun at the store employee, demanding money.  Along with cash, Robinson and his co-conspirator stole cigarettes and lottery scratch-off tickets. 

If his plea is accepted, Robinson will be sentenced to 20 years in prison. Sentencing is for 9:30 a.m.on Aug. 1

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