Jeffrey Hensley Pleads Guilty to Robbing Three Lubbock Banks
A Lubbock man has pleaded guilty to robbing two banks and a credit union.
Jeffrey Hensley pleaded guilty Friday to three counts of bank robbery and credit union robbery before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings.
Hensley reportedly robbed the First United Bank at 98th and Indiana in Lubbock on September 14th, 2012, the PlainsCapital Bank at 60th and Slide on December 8th, 2012, and the Alliance Federal Credit Union on February 13th, 2013.
A federal search warrant was executed at Hensley’s residence and he was arrested on April 22nd, 2013. Hensley admitted to committing the robberies, but said that he never carried the firearm found at his residence during the robberies.
According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, Hensley faces a maximum sentence of 60 years in federal prison and a $750,000 fine. Sentencing will follow after a presentence investigation report.