St. Louis man pleads guilty for his role in armed robbery spree

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ST. LOUIS – United States District Court Judge John A. Ross accepted a plea of guilty from Jalon Moore on today’s date.  Moore pleaded guilty to several counts of armed robbery and possession and brandishing of a firearm in furtherance of crimes of violence.  Judge Ross set sentencing for April 6, 2022.

According to the plea agreement, Moore and two co-defendants committed a string of armed robberies in 2019 within the Eastern District of Missouri.  Each of the robberies involved a yellow Camaro (which was used as the getaway car), the brandishing of firearms, and the taking or attempted taking of money from local businesses, by the use of force, threatened force, or violence. 


Moore and the others were responsible for robbing (or attempting to rob) the following businesses on the following dates:



The other two defendants in this matter have previously pled guilty and are awaiting sentencing.  This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation-St. Louis and the Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department, in coordination with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Illinois; the Federal Bureau of Investigation-Springfield; and the Collinsville and Fairview Heights Police Departments.

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