BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A serial robber will spend more than a decade behind bars after admitting to five armed robberies. A judge sentenced 36-year-old Antonio Bedgood to 13 years in prison Monday morning.
Hon. Sheila DiTullio told Bedgood as she sentenced him in Erie County Court, "You had these honest, innocent people working at these stores as cashiers, making minimum wage, and they were scared to death. You have to understand that. They didn't know the gun wasn't real. All they knew if these was a gun."
He pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree robbery and three counts of second-degree robbery. His targets included a Family Dollar store, a Subway sandwich shop and three Rite Aid pharmacies.
Bedgood will also have five years of post-release supervision.
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