EUGENE, Ore. -- A Eugene man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of second-degree robbery.
Police said Eamonn Isaiah Martinez-Wenzl, 36, was involved in five robberies. He will pay restitution on all the charges.
Martinez-Wenzl was arrested after a robbery at the U.S. Bank on Royal Avenue on July 16. Police identified Martinez-Wenzl as a suspect in the crime and contacted him near his residence, where they took him into custody.
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