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The suspect that held up the Redmond Fred Meyer last may pleads guilty to the crime...but not acknowledging that he had a *dangerous* weapon. Deschutes County Circuit Court Judge Stephen Forte asked him if he was armed at the time and Sterling Donald Dubuque said he had a BB gun "allegedly". Judge Forte replied: "It's not allegedly anymore; you're admitting it." Dubuque made a plea deal to one count of second degree robbery, one of the lesser charges he is facing. On May 6th Dubuque robbed the Redmond Fred Meyer, sliding a note to the teller saying he had a gun. He got away with more than $3000, according the Deschutes District Attorney Patrick Flaherty. His sentencing is scheduled for July 26th.

 

 

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