Two found guilty of multiple armed robberies and carjackings in Milwaukee in 2016
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A federal jury has found 24-year-old Otis Hunter and 21-year-old Deshawn Evans guilty of all charged counts in multiple armed robberies and carjackings in the Milwaukee area.
Otis Hunter was found guilty of conspiracy, three business robberies, two carjackings, and five counts of brandishing a gun. Deshawn Evans was found guilty of conspiracy, a business robbery, a carjacking, and two counts of brandishing a gun.
In 2016 between the middle of November and beginning of December Hunter and Evans were part of a robbery crew that committed five business robberies and two carjackings, all at gunpoint. Most of the crimes occurred on the southside of Milwaukee.
In two of the robberies the suspects pistol-whipped their victims.
Sentencing has been scheduled for April 27.
Hunter faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 107 years in prison and Evans faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 32 years in prison.
Three other people, Kelly Scott, Anthony Lindsey, and Dominique Rollins, pleaded guilty to their involvement in some of the robberies and are awaiting sentencing.