Fourth ATM Solutions Suspect Enters Guilty Pleas
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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Aaron Hassan Johnson, the fourth and final robber involved in the August 2010 ATM Solutions heist, entered a guilty plea to two federal charges Monday.
Johnson, 21, admitted to one felony count of armed robbery and one felony count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence.
He faces up to 27-years in prison on those charges.
Johnson will be sentenced in May.
Three co-defendants have already been sentenced.
John Wesley Jones, 37, was given a 32-year prison term.
Larry Newman, 21, got a sentence of more than 24 years.
Ryechine Money, 33, was ordered to nearly 20 years behind bars.
Authorities have still only recovered about half the money taken during the Aug. 2, 2010 holdup at ATM Solutions’ headquarters on Grandel Square.
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