Woman pleads guilty for role in ATM robberies

Dominique Dickens
Dominique Dickens plead guilty for her role in ABQ ATM robberies.

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – An Albuquerque woman pleaded guilty for her role in a string of robberies at ATMs across the city.

Dominique Dickens admitted she drove Kelvin Dickerson to ATMs where he held up at least 11 people who were making deposits for their employers.

The incidents took place over a two-month period last summer and in at least one case Dickerson used a Taser to subdue his victim. Dickerson was later tazed by police and arrested.

He has already pleaded guilty in the case and both will be sentenced at a later date. They each face the maximum of 20 years in prison.

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