Two Plead Guilty for South Sioux City Robbery
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) - Two Iowa men have pleaded guilty and face up to 40 years in prison for conspiring to rob a store in South Sioux City. Federal prosecutors say 20-year-old Terrence Miles, of Sioux City, and 19-year-old Austin Peters, of Nemaha, made their pleas on Tuesday in federal court in Sioux City. Peters also is known as Austin Stadler. Miles and Peters pleaded guilty to two weapons charges as well. Prosecutors say the two joined two others in planning to rob the Seoul Oriental Food Store in South Sioux City. Miles and the others then robbed the store on June 19, 2012, while Peters acted as lookout and getaway driver. Sentencing dates for Miles and Peters haven't been set.