BALTIMORE (AP) -- Two men have pleaded guilty to robbing seven Baltimore convenience stores at gunpoint during an eight-day crime spree.
Twenty-three-year-old Monte Glascoe and 37-year-old Gary Cordell Howard, both of Baltimore, entered the pleas this week in federal court in Baltimore.
According to their plea agreements, Glascoe and Howard robbed the 7-Eleven stores between July 18 and July 26, 2013. Prosecutors say in each crime, the men pointed a gun at victims and stole money from cash registers and cigarettes.
Howard and Glascoe each face a maximum of 20 years in prison at sentencing in August and September, respectively.
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