Second man convicted in armed robbery of Ann Arbor medical marijuana clinic

A second man charged in the bold armed robbery of a downtown Ann Arbor medical marijuana clinic has pleaded guilty to multiple felonies.

Andre White, 32, recently pleaded guilty as charged to counts of armed robbery, conspiracy, unlawful imprisonment, felonious use of a firearm and assaulting and resisting police officers, according to court records.

He is one of three men suspected of entering the Liberty Clinic on South Main Street at about 8 p.m. and detaining several people inside at gunpoint. Police said the trio used duct tape to bind the victims while they stole cash, marijuana and at least one cell phone.

One person inside the clinic managed to escape and called police, who arrived while the suspects were still inside.

They were arrested after a brief scuffle and no injuries were reported.  Last month, Circuit Judge David Swartz sentenced Terrence Robinson, 34, to serve between 13 and 20 years in prison on multiple counts, including armed robbery and conspiracy. The Detroit man pleaded guilty to those charges and also pleaded no contest to resisting police in February, records show. Markus Bailey, 18, is scheduled to stand trial for armed robbery, conspiracy, unlawful imprisonment and weapons violations on April 25.

via : Ann Arbor

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  1. bobmarleychiefs420 says:

    Good, man deserves to rot in jail endangering the public while they are trying to get their medicines

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