A City of Lockport man accepted a plea offer Wednesday in connection with a Feb. 4 home invasion in which a Town of Lockport man was robbed at gunpoint in his Lincoln Avenue apartment.
Markevious K. Davis, 23, of South Street, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of attempted second-degree robbery and faces up to seven years in prison when sentenced Sept. 13 by Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III.
Assistant District Attorney Doreen M. Hoffmann made the same plea offer to two Town of Lockport men: Quentin Z. Gee, 38, of Laurelwood Drive, and Jerrod T. Robinson, 23, of Sweetwood Drive, who are to return to court Aug. 7.
Hoffmann said Gee allegedly had the gun, while Robinson allegedly was the driver of the getaway car. She said she would recommend a probation sentence for Robinson, but made no such offer for Gee. Davis pleaded guilty as an accomplice.