Will Cleveland Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 5:51 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 A Rochester man who utilized a BB gun and a kitchen knife to rob six businesses pleaded guilty in a monthlong armed robbery spree, the United States Attorney Office announced Friday. Lavon Wims, 27, pleaded guilty to six counts of Hobbs Act robbery. The charges carry a maximum of 20 years in federal prison, but U.S. District Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford will not be not bound by those guidelines when Wims will be sentenced on Nov. 25. Between Dec. 28, 2018 and Jan. 27, Wims robbed six businesses in Monroe County at either knife- or gunpoint, federal authorities said. On Dec. 28, Wims held a kitchen knife to the throat of a McDonald’s employee at the restaurant on East Avenue in Rochester, while Malik Lott, his co-conspirator, displayed a loaded black .380-caliber pistol. Wims dragged the employee to the cash register and then the safe. He stole $2,534. On Dec. 31, Wims robbed the 24-7 Store on West Henrietta Road in Brighton. He jumped over the counter after displaying what appeared to be a handgun. He stole $100. Authorities said he robbed the Express Mart on Chestnut Ridge… Read full this story
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