Chapman Pleads Guilty To Attempted Kwik-Fill Robbery, Already Pled Guilty To Bank Robbery

MAYVILLE – Jamestown native Albert Chapman, who already pled guilty to robbing the Falconer branch of Community Bank, pled guilty Friday in Chautauqua County Court to attempted robbery of a Kwik-Fill.

Chautauqua County District Attorney Patrick Swanson confirmed to WNYNewsNow‘s Matt Hummel that Chapman will likely be sentenced to seven to eight years determinate in prison.

He is to be sentenced at a later date.

There is no indication if his second sentencing will be consecutive or current to the prior sentence.

Image by Justin Gould/WNYNewsNow.

Judge David Foley sentenced Chapman to an indeterminate sentence of three-and-a-half years to seven years in state prison for the robbery of Community Bank.

Chapman is being represented by the Chautauqua County Public Defender’s Office.

WNYNewsNow’s Rory Pollaro contributed to this report.

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