A tail fit for a western set well out of its time period came to a crashing halt when two armored-car bandits from Baltimore were sentenced to 32 years and a day of hard time following a 3 year crime spree that netted the pair over $700,000. The girlfriend and mother of one of the robbers have also pleaded guilty to involvement, but have yet to face sentencing.
A federal judge sentenced two partners in an armored-car stick up crew to 32 years and a day each in prison.
Erick Wilson, 28 from Columbia and David Marquise Howard, 29, from Baltimore held up employees of Dunbar Armored at gunpoint, stealing cash from them. The robberies, carried out in Maryland and Washington, D.C., took place between 2008 and 2011, earning the pair and their crew $765,000.
Wilson was sentenced Wednesday and Howard Tuesday. Both pleaded guilty to six robberies.
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