BALTIMORE - Two men have been sentenced to 32 years in prison for robbing six armored vehicles, crimes that resulted in $765,000 being stolen.
Twenty-eight-year-old Erick Wilson of Columbia and 29-year-old David Marquise Howard of Baltimore were sentenced Wednesday.
According to their guilty pleas Howard, Wilson and others robbed employees of Dunbar Armored at gunpoint. Howard and Wilson wore disguises and purchased "throw-away" cars to commit the robberies.
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