A 28-year-old man pleaded guilty to a rash of robberies, including some committed while free on bail on a previous case, and was sentenced to five years in prison, according to court records obtained Wednesday.
Lindsey Alvin Green pleaded guilty to two robberies on Oct. 7, 2019, in Santa Ana, as well as a crime spree on March 23, 2020, while out on bail on the Santa Ana robberies, according to court records.
Green accepted a plea bargain from Orange County Superior Court Judge Cheri Pham that included a three-year prison term for the Santa Ana robberies as well as a concurrent five-year term for the March 23, 2020, incidents. He was given credit for 681 days in jail.
Green also pleaded guilty to a count of carjacking, a count of grand theft auto, a count of attempted robbery, two counts of burglary, two counts of robbery, all felonies, as misdemeanor counts of driving on a suspended license and destroying or concealing evidence.
Green also admitted to sentencing enhancements for committing a crime while out on custody in a separate case.
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