Nathan Lamar Stewart admits robbing same bank 3 times

Nathan Lamar Stewart

Nathan Lamar Stewart

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.