Wednesday, June 14, 2017|4:16 p.m.
Four guys have been sentenced to federal prison for their functions in a string of armed robberies of mobile phone stores in 2015, the Office of the U.S. Lawyer for the District of Nevada announced today.
Fred Oaxaca, 20, and Martin Garcia, 20, each were sentenced Tuesday to Ten Years, while Luis Cuevas, 22, got 7 years and one month, authorities said. A 4th person, Marcus Hammon, 22, was sentenced in March to eight years and 9 months.
In February 2016, the males took part in armed robberies at AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile shops, officials stated. Throughout at least 2 of the burglaries, the suspects utilized zip ties to bind employees’ hands, authorities stated.
Last year, the males pleaded guilty to charges that included interference with commerce by burglary and use of a gun throughout and in relation to a crime of violence, officials said.