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Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Three Robberies in Three Days

Wichita Falls, Texas - A man charged with three counts of Aggravated Robbery has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for a string of robberies he committed last year.

On June 12th, 2014, an aggravated robbery was reported at Zoom In Food Store #1 located in the 2300 block of Seymour Highway. The suspect was described as a white male with a blue bandana that had threatened the clerk with a long metal pipe.

The suspect, 20-year-old Charles Tyler RayBaswell, was located, arrested, and charged with Aggravated Robbery and Evading Arrest.

Two days after RayBaswell was arrested, the WFPD Crimes Against Persons Unit placed two additional charges of Aggravated Robbery on RayBaswell after he confessed to the July 10th, 2014 and the July 11th, 2014 Aggravated Robberies at the 5th Street Discount Store located in the 1700 block of Seymour Highway.

This year, Raybaswell was in the 89th District Court on Thursday morning, where he pleaded guilty to all the charges .

Raybaswell was sentenced to 12 years in prison for each of the three counts of Aggravated Robbery, and one year in State Jail for Burglary of a Building. His sentence will be run concurrently.

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