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Lubbock Bank Robber Pleaded Guilty to Robbing Lubbock Bank

30-year-old Gabriel Tenorio pleaded guilty to one count of Aggravated Bank Robbery and Aiding and Abetting for robbing the Lubbock National Bank back in May.
LUBBOCK -- A Lubbock man, who helped another person rob several banks in Lubbock and Amarillo, delivers his plea in federal court, last week.

30-year-old Gabriel Tenorio pleaded guilty to one count of Aggravated Bank Robbery and Aiding and Abetting for robbing the Lubbock National Bank back in May.

Tenorio was arrested back in June. He was caught at a hotel in Lubbock.

Tenorio was also indicted for robbing the First Bank Southwest on 34th street, that also happened back in May.

He faces 25-years in prison.

Tenorio's alleged accomplice, 44-year-old Russell Heath, is charged with mulitple counts of Aggravated Robbery and Firearms violations.

So far, a court date has not been set for Heath.
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