The last of ten people charged in a string of Dollar General and Family Dollar robberies spanning three counties has been convicted in federal court after a four day trial.
Domonic Usher was found guilty in Raleigh of 15 counts of disruption of interstate and foreign commerce, along with robbery and weapon charges.
Usher and nine others, including two juveniles, were arrested for the robberies that took place between November 2009 and April 2010.
Wayne County deputies say the 31-year-old Usher could get life in prison when he's sentenced in mid-October.
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