The Lubbock man who pled guilty to his role in 3 armed bank robberies has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
30-year-old Gabriel Tenorio was arrested in June for driving the getaway car in the robberies that happened earlier this year.
Tenorio and 44-year-old Russell Heath admitted to aiding in the robbery of a Lubbock bank and two Amarillo banks in May.
Heath was arrested in August and is facing up to life in prison.
His sentencing date has not yet been set.