Serial Bank Robber Pleads Guilty - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/31/04

Serial Bank Robber Pleads Guilty

Source: Taylor County Sheriff Source: Taylor County Sheriff

Over the course of 8 months he committed six bank robberies and Tuesday Oscar Ibarra admitted that to a Lubbock federal judge.

The robbery spree ended June 2nd when Oscar and his brother Irad Ibarra were captured at a truck stop outside of Abilene. The robberies began with two in Odessa, then one in Big Spring, followed by two more in Lubbock and a final robbery in Abilene.

Tuesday in court, Oscar pleaded guilty to six counts of bank robbery. Oscar faces 120 years in prison and $1.5 million in fines and restitution.

Irad Ibarra has a trial date set for October 4th.

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