Austin armed robber sentenced to 10 years in prison, thousands in restitution

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(ABC 6 News) – An Austin man who pleaded guilty to a string of armed robberies in Olmsted and Mower Counties was sentenced to 122 months, or about 10 years, in prison with 181 days’ credit.

Adrick Mims, 26, faced a total of eight charges in three Mower County cases — three counts of robbery while possessing a dangerous weapon, four counts of 2nd-degree assault, and one count of fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle.

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He pleaded guilty to three counts of armed robbery Nov. 14.

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Mims received sentences of 122 months, 111 months, and 98 months for the three cases, to be served concurrently.

He was also ordered to pay $4,345.10, $1,699.80, and $347.65 in restitution, for a total of $6,392.55.

Mims faces two more armed robbery cases in Olmsted County Court. His next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 4, 2023.