The day after rejecting a plea agreement, a Kingman teen-ager pleaded guilty to reduced felony charges in connection with a string of robberies and assaults March 1.
In Mohave County Superior Court on Tuesday, Doyce Warren agreed to plead guilty to one count armed robbery, one count robbery and one count aggravated robbery.
Warren, 18, had been charged with seven counts of armed robbery, three counts of attempted armed robbery and four counts of aggravated assault.
He is being held on $18,000 bond.
One of Warren's three co-defendants, Jason Hensley, also pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of armed robbery.
Hensley, 19, had been charged with seven counts of armed robbery, three counts of attempted armed robbery and four counts of aggravated assault.
He is being held on $100,000 bond.
Warren and Hensley will be sentenced June 9.
Under their plea agreements, Judge Steven Conn could sentence them to probation or up to 25 years in prison.
Another co-defendant, Telly Wyasket, 17, who has been charged with seven counts of armed robbery and one count of aggravated assault, agreed Monday to change his plea Monday.
His nest hearing is set for May 23.
The fourth co-defendant, Dustin Edgell, 17, has not changed his plea.
He is charged with six counts of armed robbery, two counts of attempted armed robbery and two counts of aggravated assault.
Edgell's omnibus hearing is set for Monday.
He is in custody on $10,800 bond.
Edgell could be sentenced to up to 21 years in prison for the armed robbery charge and 15 years in prison for the attempted armed robbery and aggravated assault charges.
The four suspects were arrested March 9 and charged with robbing three juveniles at the Firefighters Memorial Park March 1, police records show.
Edgell and Wyasket were charged with attacking a carnival worker in the 2600 block of Fairgrounds Boulevard a short time later and robbing him while Warren and Hensley waited in a car down the street, police records state.
Hensley, Warren, Wyasket and Edgell were charged with robbing and assaulting several victims at the Kingman Junior High School later that night, records show.
Hensley, Warren and Wyasket were charged in the attack of a motel guest in the 1200 block of West Beale Street late that night, according to police records.
Hensley and Warren also had been charged with a Jan.
22 baseball bat attack on a Kingman couple at Centennial Park, records show.