Accused Bank Robber to Change Plea to ‘Guilty’
FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – A man accused of robbing several banks has decided to change his plea from not-guilty to guilty.
32-year old Cedrick Lamond Hicks has been charged with nine counts of bank robbery and two counts of attempted bank robbery.
Totaled up, the banks were robbed of more than $43,000. Most of the charges against Hicks are for robberies or attempted robberies that occurred in 2012, though one charge is for 2006 and two are from this year.
The date, location and amount of money stolen are as follows, according to the indictment released in Aug., 2013:
-Dec. 13, 2006, Regions Bank, Madison Street, Huntsville, $3,074.
-Feb. 22, 2012, Regions Banks, Madison Street, Huntsville, $2,870.
-March 23, 2012, First Jackson Bank, Sutton Road, Huntsville, $1,894.
-April 30, 2012, Renasant Bank, U.S. 72 West, Madison, $3,500.
-Aug. 2, 2012, Peoples Bank, U.S. 431 South, Guntersville, $890.
-Aug. 8, 2012, Traditions Bank, Alabama 67 South, Decatur, $7,243.
-Nov. 27, 2012, Regions Banks, Lee Street, Rogersville, $8,009.
-Jan. 7, 2013, Peoples Trust Bank, Military Street South, Hamilton, $9,000.
-March 6, 2013, ServisFirst Bank, Meridian Street, Huntsville, $6,575.
The attempted bank robberies were on Sept. 18, 2012, at Cadence Bank, U.S. 431, Albertville, and on Nov. 26, 2012, at Traditions Bank, Second Avenue NW, Cullman.
Hicks is scheduled to enter his guilty plea on Dec. 18th at 1:30 p.m.