'Ball Cap Bandit' pleads guilty in federal court - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

'Ball Cap Bandit' pleads guilty in federal court

Federal officials said more than $60,000 was taken in a string of holdups across AL and TN. Federal officials said more than $60,000 was taken in a string of holdups across AL and TN.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

The Huntsville man known as the ‘Ball Cap Bandit' pleaded guilty Wednesday to bank robberies in two states.

Cedrick Lamond Hicks pleaded guilty to ten charges in Alabama and one in Tennessee for bank robberies. In Tuesday's plea bargain, prosecutors agreed to drop one count in exchange for the guilty pleas on the remaining charges.

Federal officials said more than $60,000 was taken in those holdups, which began in February.

Sentencing for Hicks is scheduled for March 25 at the Huntsville Federal Courthouse.

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