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Arlington Man Pleads Guilty to Cambridge & Somerville Armed Robberis

Jonas Moses-Gilson, 20, of Arlington, Massachusetts, pled guilty this past Wednesday in Middlesex Superior Court to several armed robberies in Cambridge and Somerville that dated back to last May.

Moses-Gilson pled guilty to three counts of Masked Armed Robbery, Kidnapping, three counts of Assault & Battery, Armed Assault to Rob, and Resisting Arrest. In an unrelated matter, he also pled guilty to Trafficking in Cocaine, Distribution, and Possession with Intent to Distribute and Conspiracy to Violate Drug Laws.

At sentencing, Moses-Gilson was sentenced to five years and one day in prison, with five years’ probation thereafter.

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