MAYVILLE – The Jamestown man accused of robbing a bank in Falconer and Kwik Fill in the city this past summer has pleaded guilty to third-degree robbery.
Albert Chapman made the plea in Chautauqua County Court Thursday. He still faces a first-degree robbery charge that will be discussed by prosecutors in February.
Yesterday’s guilty plea is attached to a minimum of three and a half years and a maximum of seven years in prison.
Chapman was accused of robbing the Community Bank in Falconer on June 21. Later that night he held a clerk at Kwik Fill on Forest Avenue at knife-point.
He was captured by police soon after that incident took place.