- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 27, 2015

CINCINNATI (AP) - A suburban Cincinnati man who authorities say tried to rob the wrong house in a search for drugs has pleaded guilty to robbery and other offenses.

David Morad entered the plea Monday in a Hamilton County court in Cincinnati. The plea agreement calls for a prison sentence of six years and eight months.

A message seeking comment was left Tuesday for his attorney.

Authorities say the 18-year-old Anderson Township man was linked to at least five robberies or robbery plots.

Police say Morad planned to break into the home, which he thought had drugs and money. He allegedly planned to tie up the victims and force them to reveal where the items were stashed. Authorities say a hatchet, duct tape and other items were found in his waistband.



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This story has been corrected to show the dateline as Cincinnati, not Anderson Township.

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