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Fourth ex-Auburn player pleads guilty to armed robbery

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The final of four men accused of an armed robbery in Auburn has pleaded guilty.

The Lee County District Attorney's Office says former Auburn University TE Dakota Mosley has pleaded guilty to multiple armed robbery charges. 

Mosley was sentenced to serve a 15 year split sentence. Ultimately he will serve only three years in prison - this is the same plea and deal made for Mike McNeil and Shawn Kitchens. Of the four men, Antonia Goodwin was the only former Auburn player who opted to stand trial. 

Goodwin was convicted and sentenced to 15 years in prison. 

Court documents indicate all four suspects threatened the victims with multiple guns used during the robbery of five people at a mobile home off of Wire Road.

The men stole cell phones, a hand-held safe and other personal items.

The stolen property was recovered from a vehicle the men were driving - the four were pulled over shortly after the robbery.

All four men were removed from the Auburn football team following their arrests. 

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