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Woman takes rap for more Escondido robberies

ESCONDIDO — A woman pleaded guilty Dec. 17 to two more robbery charges in connection with a series of Escondido holdups last year.
Michelle Lefever, 28, pleaded guilty to the attempted robbery of 7-Eleven on Grand Avenue and the robbery of an Escondido Domino’s Pizza. Both incidents occurred Oct. 28, 2007.
In accordance to her plea, she will receive nine years in prison when she is sentenced Feb. 17.
Lefever was found guilty in November of a single count each of robbery, attempted robbery, vehicle theft, evading and obstructing police, possession of controlled substances and burglary tools, and the transportation of controlled substances.
The convictions relate to the Oct. 24, 2007, attempted robbery of the Vons on El Norte Parkway; and the Nov. 11, 2007, robbery of 7-Eleven on Valley Parkway, as well as a Nov. 21, 2007, early morning pursuit through downtown and residential areas of Escondido in a stolen car. A surveillance video from the 7-Eleven showed an armed individual wearing a Santa hat while robbing the store.

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