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Greenville man pleads guilty to federal conspiracy charges in string of 2015 armed robberies

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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The United States Attorney’s Office said Tuesday that a Greenville man pled guilty to conspiracy to commit six armed robberies.

The armed robberies occurred between October and November of 2015, including one robbery on Thanksgiving Day.

Delmar Deshion Jackson, age 39, was arrested in December 2015, along with Demiriao Bonds.

The US attorney said Tuesday that Jackson entered a guilty plea in federal court.

Investigators said Jackson was the wheelman in the string of robberies and would drive Bounds to the target businesses.

During the sixth robbery, the suspects took cash, merchandise, personal effects, and cellular devices from the business.

When Jackson was arrested, investigators said he was found in possession of various items connected with the robberies, including one of the guns used in the robberies, stolen medicine, and a piece of distinctive winter apparel.

Jackson could face up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he is sentenced.

Bond pleaded guilty during an earlier hearing and was sentenced to 32 years, US Attorney Beth Drake said.

PREVIOUSLY: Arrests made after multiple armed robberies in Greenville Co.

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