EUGENE, Ore. – A suspect accused in a crime spree in Eugene has pleaded guilty.
Eli Johnson admitted to robbery and unauthorized use of a vehicle on Tuesday.
In February, police said Johnson, Dustin Fisher, Elaine Jeffers and Dakota Tucker robbed multiple people at knifepoint around Eugene for gas money.
Officers said one of them stabbed a woman, leaving her with life-threatening injuries.
All were charged as adults, even though three were minors.
Johnson will be sentenced in January.
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