OAKLAND — A San Leandro man pleaded responsible in federal courtroom Friday to costs that robbed six shops throughout a 13-day crime spree final 12 months, authorities mentioned.

Marty Guillen, 22, robbed 5 telephone shops and a jewellery store, between Oct. 12 and Oct. 25. He admitted his guilt in entrance of U.S. District Choose Jon S. Tigar, in response to an announcement from David Anderson, the U.S. Legal professional for the Northern District of California.

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In his plea, Guillen admitted that in every of the six robberies, he brandished a BB gun and directed retailer workers at hand over cash and merchandise.

He robbed a Hayward telephone retailer of two new iPhones, and took the identical from a retailer in Daly Metropolis, authorities mentioned. Guillen additionally took three chain necklaces from a jewellery retailer in Hayward, and money from the register throughout robberies at telephone shops in Oakland, Fremont and Castro Valley. Within the Fremont theft, he additionally took money from an worker.

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A federal grand jury indicted Guillen  and Elijah Crowder, 20, of Hayward, and charged them with conspiracy to commit theft affecting interstate commerce. Guillen was convicted on two counts, and admitted his position within the different ones.

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Each had been arrested in Oakland on Nov. 15.

Guillen has agreed to pay restitution for the all the robberies, authorities mentioned. If he does so, the fees for the opposite robberies will likely be be dismissed when he’s sentenced in on Aug. 2.

Crowder pleaded responsible in March to 1 rely of aiding and abetting theft affecting interstate commerce. He’ll be sentenced June 14.

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