One of several people involved in a Casper-area crime spree last year, has entered a plea in court.

Twenty-one year old Donald Hensley has changed his plea to guilty on 3 charges of aggravated robbery, along with 3 charges of burglary, and 1 charge of conspiracy, in connection to various crimes committed in Casper last year.

According to prosecutors, back in September, Hensley along with his friend Brenton Livermoore, robbed 3 people at gunpoint and burglarized an auto body shop.

Investigators later determined that Hensley was also involved in a number of residential and business burglaries prior to the aggravated robbery case.

As part of a plea bargain, the state will seek no more than a six-to-eight year prison sentence at the Wyoming State Penitentiary.

Hensley will officially be sentenced at a later date.