WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - An Alabama man has pleaded guilty to
committing armed robberies in five states during a cocaine-fueled
crime spree in August.
U.S. Attorney Lanny Welch announced Friday that 26-year-old
Robert Cameron Foust, of Alabaster, Ala., pleaded guilty to armed
robberies in Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
Welch says Foust admitted that the five-day crime spree occurred
after he relapsed into cocaine use shortly after being released
from Alabama state prison in August.
He was arrested in Salina on Aug. 26 after committing a robbery earlier in the day in Newton.
Sentencing is set for March 1, 2010. He faces up to life in
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