GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA9) -- A forty-seven-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to a series of bank robberies in Maryland in 2013.
Authorities said, Dallas Eric Dunmore, of D.C. pleaded guilty Monday after his co-conspirators Derrick Hart, 42, of Md. and Teddy McCain, 54, of Md. pleaded guilty on June 19 to the same charges.
According to Dunmore's plea agreements, the robberies happened between June 7 and June 24 2013 in Maryland and Virginia.
Authorities said Dunmore went into the bank and gave the teller a note demanding money in each incident. He claimed to have had a weapon in one incident.
His two co-conspirators assisted in the robberies, by waiting outside or claiming to have a gun.
Authorities said the total amount of money taken by Dunmore was $5,370 and the total proceeds from the six robberies, in which his co-conspirators helped was $8,437.
All three men face at least 20 years in prison for bank robbery. Dunmore's sentencing is scheduled for December 17, McCain's is scheduled for September 29, and Hart is schedule to be sentenced on October 20.