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PHOENIX - One of three men arrested in a string of fast-food robberies has pleaded not guilty. Maricopa County Superior Court says 20-year-old Christopher Kimball's next court appearance is scheduled for March 15.
Kimball along with 40-year-old Tony Tucker and 20-year-old Vincent Nitura were dubbed by police as the so called "Fast Food Bandits."
The men, all from Phoenix, were taken into custody in early January . The robberies began Sept. 15 and ended with the last known robbery Nov. 7.
Police accuse Tucker of being involved in all seven, Kimball of being involved in two and Nitura of participating in one.
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