BALTIMORE - A Laurel woman has pleaded guilty to plotting to rob an armored vehicle with her son.
Forty-nine-year-old Regina McCullom entered the plea on Tuesday. She faces a maximum of life in prison at sentencing on Jan. 4.
According to her plea agreement, McCullom, her son, 26-year-old Erick Wilson and others plotted to rob an armored truck at gunpoint on April 29, 2009 in Silver Spring. Prosecutors say the robbery netted $160,000, which McCullom got from her son in a duffel bag after the robbery. Authorities say McCullom took a cab home, carrying the duffel bag.
Wilson pleaded guilty in the crime and will be sentenced Nov. 21.
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