ABILENE, Texas - A man accused of participating in a string of home invasions in 2013 plead guilty to the charges.
Angel Gonzalez, 18, is charged with aggravated robbery and burglary of a habitation.
He and three other men allegedly broke into at least three homes on Alameda Road and San Jacinto Drive in April 2013. The men would reportedly force their way into homes and hold residents at gun point. Police said there were ten reported victims
Jury selection for the punishment phase for Gonzalez began on Monday.
Gonzalez faces five to 99 years in prison. Probation is also an option for his sentencing.
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