A Pittsburgh man has pleaded guilty in federal court to multiple armed bank robbery charges, including one which occurred in Butler County.
Gregory Magee, 48, entered a guilty plea to robbing six banks in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Lawrence and Washington counties between January and November of 2016, including the First Niagara Bank on Route 19 in Cranberry Township.
In that robbery, authorities say Magee entered the bank wearing a hooded sweatshirt, cap, sunglasses, gloves and a scarf covering his face. He waved a black handgun around and demanded money from several tellers. He left with nearly $6,000.
Magee will be sentenced in November and could face 20 to 25 years in prison for each robbery he has admitted to committing.
Written By: Ryan Saeler for the Butler Radio Network
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