BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The United States District Court in Baltimore has sentenced a serial armed robber to 14 years in prison followed by three years of supervised released.
According to his plea agreement, Warren Delano Williams, 34, stole more than $2,437 from seven Baltimore restaurants and retail stores between December 2008 and March 2009 by threatening employees with a handgun.READ MORE: Siakam Scores 31 To Help Raptors Beat Wizards 102-90
Court documents also reveal that Williams robbed three Baltimore banks in March and April 2009 by giving the bank teller a note claiming that he had a gun, and stole more than $8,179.READ MORE: Steelers Turn Away Ravens 20-19 After Failed 2-Point Attempt
Later in April, Baltimore County police seized a .45 caliber, semi-automatic pistol.MORE NEWS: Reese Scores 18, No. 8 Maryland Women Beat Rutgers 74-59
The court also ordered Williams to pay $10,716 in restitution.