Bank Robber Pleads Guilty To Lubbock Hold Up - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Bank Robber Pleads Guilty To Lubbock Hold Up

Potter County Sheriff's Dept. Potter County Sheriff's Dept.

The federal government now has a confession from another Lubbock bank robber.

On Thursday, David Johnson pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated credit union robbery and using a firearm during that crime. Johnson is accused of holding up the Plains Bell Federal Credit Union at gunpoint on January 26th. 

His alleged partners include Erica Edwards, James Peacock, James Horton and Ivin Wozencraft are also charged in a series of bank robberies from April 2004 though January of 2006.

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