Guilty Plea In Hoagland Bank Robbery

By WISE Web News

Credit: Allen County Sheriff's Department

Brandon Sizemore, 23, of Indianapolis

May 16, 2014 Updated May 16, 2014 at 9:15 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - One man has admitted his role in a Dec. 5 bank robbery.

Brandon Sizemore, 23, of Indianapolis, pleaded guilty Friday to federal armed bank robbery charges.

Court documents allege Sizemore was one of three men to hold up the Wells Fargo branch in Hoagland around the opening. The men were wearing hat and bandannas over their faces, displayed handguns and demanded money.

The men fled the bank, authorities say, and were followed by Hoagland's volunteer fire chief until followed them while on the phone with police. Police say a 90 mph chase ensued, leading to the getaway vehicle crashing into a pole.

A sentencing date has not been set.

Charles Seals Jr., 24, and Calvin Miller, 22, also face federal charges in the robbery.

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