Nicole L. Chief District Judge Greg Kays to the robbery conspiracy. Covey also pleaded guilty to five counts of aiding and abetting robberies. Davis-Aumua also pleaded guilty to one count of aiding and abetting a robbery and to being a drug user in possession of a firearm.
Co-defendant Sage E. Harrison, 35, of Independence, pleaded guilty on Tuesday, May 2,to his role in the robbery conspiracy and to two counts of aiding and abetting robberies. By pleading guilty today, Covey and Davis-Aumua each admitted they participated in the conspiracy to commit robbery from April 1,to June 7, Conspirators used several websites including craigslist.
When customers arrived to meet Covey, conspirators would be lying in wait, armed with firearms and weapons that appeared to be firearms, and rob the customers. Covey also admitted that she aided and abetted in the commission of five specific robberies in October in Kansas City-North, Independence and North Kansas City.
Davis-Aumua admitted that he aided and abetted one of the robberies at an apartment in Kansas City-North on Oct. On Oct. A co-conspirator forced H. This co-conspirator threatened to shoot H. This co-conspirator forced H. This co-conspirator again threatened to shoot H. While driving at highway speeds, H. Agents recovered a laptop computer and a notebook from the location of the apartment robbery and discovered information about several e-mail and social media s used by conspirators.
Records obtained from Facebook revealed multiple communications about the robberies. According to Back.
The records identified 31 different phone s which were posted in the associatedand that separate posts were made. Records obtained from Craigslist related to phone s and addresses used in the robberies revealed 11 related s.
Those 11 s had been used to post 89 between Sept. Under federal statutes, Harrison is subject to a sentence of up to 20 years in federal prison without parole on each count.
Davis-Aumua is subject to a sentence of up to 50 years in federal prison without parole. The maximum statutory sentence is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes, as the sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the court based on the advisory sentencing guidelines and other statutory factors.
A sentencing hearing will be scheduled after the completion of a presentence investigation by the United States Probation Office.
This case is being prosecuted by Assistant U. Attorney Matthew P. You are here U. Attorneys » Western District of Missouri » News. Department of Justice.
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