ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A young man who went on a robbery spree, hitting five businesses in just a few months, is going to prison for a long time.
Julio Fancia, 23, was sentenced Monday afternoon to 17 and a half years in federal prison.
APD linked him to 20 holdups in two months time, including a number of Subway restaurants.
He was arrested last year after several Subway employees who had just been robbed followed him and helped police catch him.
Francia was prosecuted under the Hobbs Act, which covers franchises that do interstate commerce. The penalties are much tougher.
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