Three times in four months, Nathan Lamar Stewart and some accomplices went to the US Bank branch on 34th Avenue South in Minneapolis, brandished a weapon, ordered everyone onto the floor and demanded the tellers hand over cash.
The 21-year-old Minneapolis man pleaded guilty to the crimes today in federal court: Three counts of bank robbery and one count of carrying a firearm during the commission of a crime.
Co-defendants Curtis Devone Williams, 24, Michael Deon Hughes, 23, and D'Arco Kellum, 22, all from Minneapolis, pleaded guilty in the heists last December.
According to the FBI, they made off a total of $15,422 -- $5,710 on April 13, $4,371 on May 8 and $5,341 on July 28.
Williams was the first to be arrested. On the night of the final hold-up, Minneapolis police connected him to one of two suspected getaway cars; it was registered in his name.
A sentencing date for the men has not been set.