ST. LOUIS (AP) -- One of four men suspected in the August robbery of ATM Solutions in St. Louis has decided not to change his plea to guilty.
Federal prosecutors thought they had a plea agreement with 20-year-old Larry Newman. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Newman had been scheduled to change his plea from not guilty to guilty on Wednesday, but decided not to.
Newman is charged with kidnapping and possession of a gun in furtherance of a crime of violence.
Two other men have already pleaded guilty in the robbery. The fourth robber has not been publicly charged or identified, though prosecutors say they know who it is.
The robbers took $6.6 million in the heist, making it one of the biggest ever in St. Louis.