Robber convicted and sentenced for Indianapolis crime spree

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (March 18, 2016) — A serial robber was convicted and sentenced Friday for a two-day crime spree in 2015.

Timothy Weakley was sentenced to 58 years for four armed robberies, 13 years for each robbery charge and six years for a habitual offender enhancement.

According to the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, Weakley entered four businesses armed with a handgun and demanded money from the cash register within a 24-hour period between January 25 and January 26.

The businesses were in the vicinity of 38th Street between Illinois Street and College Avenue.

Witnesses from each scene gave similar, detailed descriptions of the robbery suspect. Using the descriptions, officers were able to locate and identify Weakley four hours after the fourth robbery.

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