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Marion County armed robbery suspect pleads guilty

Nicholas Luter Nicholas Luter
MARION COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A Marion County man pled guilty to armed robbery Monday in Lamar County Circuit Court.

Nicholas Luter, 22, pled guilty to the September 25, 2012 armed robbery of Hardees on U.S. 98 in Columbia.

Luter and allegedly three others robbed Hardees employees Yolanda Redman and Tenesha Ezell at gunpoint of around $1,800 during the crime.

Luter appeared before Judge Prentiss Harrell where he entered his guilty plea.

The sentencing portion is scheduled to be set for a later date.

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