Waco: Once-Convicted Robber Pleads Guilty To Two Other Robberies

By: Paul J. Gately Email
By: Paul J. Gately Email
A Waco man who was sentenced in April after a jury found him guilty of robbery pleaded guilty to two more robbery charges Monday in state district court.

Delarontae Dantario Walker (Jail photo)

WACO (October 1, 2012)--A man who was found guilty of robbery at trial in April pleaded Monday to two more robbery charges and was sentenced to more prison time.

Delarontae Dantario Walker, 23, was sentenced Monday to two 30-year terms after he pleaded guilty in 19th District Court to two robbery charges.

District Judge Ralph Strother ordered the sentences to run concurrently with the 50-year sentence Walker was given after a jury found him guilty in April of robbing and pistol-whipping a man.

Walker pleaded guilty to robbing and carjacking a pregnant woman on one count and taking a man's wallet at gunpoint and threatening to kill him.

In the first case the jury found Walker used a firearm when he robbed Octavio Rivera after the two ran from the Coco Loco bar, at Grim Avenue and North 25th Street.

Walker claimed he couldn't have committed the robbery because he was selling drugs to a friend at the time.

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