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Wednesday, December 22, 2010
That's a lot of robberies, maybe he was hungry?
So he's confessed to at least 11 armed robberies?
Evidence also may include an additional three more.
Robbery spree comes to an end
By Guillermo X. Garcia - Express-News
A man Police Chief William McManus described as a “one-man crime spree” was jailed Tuesday, accused of committing at least 14 West Side restaurant armed robberies since October.
Joe Anthony Rodriguez, 21, was arrested at his home after several days of surveillance, said police Robbery Task Force Sgt. Daniel Alonzo. Alonzo said Rodriguez was to be charged Tuesday with four first-degree felony offenses, and added that more charges would be forthcoming.
Rodriguez told investigators he was responsible for 11 armed robberies — using almost the exact same clothing and the same holdup method — and police believe they have evidence that may link Rodriguez to three others, Alonzo said.