Austin man pleads not guilty to multiple aggravated robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon and fleeing a peace officer charges in Mower County District Court

An Austin man facing eight felony charges in Mower County District Court connected to a recent string of armed robberies in Austin has pleaded not guilty.

26-year old Adrick Deonte Mims pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony charges for 1st degree aggravated robbery while possessing a dangerous weapon and two counts of 2nd degree assault with a dangerous weapon for a robbery at Reed’s 4th Avenue Food and Fuel on June 12th.  Mims also pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony charges for 1st degree aggravated robbery while possessing a dangerous weapon and 2nd degree assault with a dangerous weapon for a robbery at Cheer’s Liquor on June 19th, and Mims also pleaded not guilty to felony charges for 1st degree aggravated robbery while possessing a dangerous weapon, fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and 2nd degree assault with a dangerous weapon after allegedly robbing Ankeny’s Mini Mart on June 24th, and then fleeing from law enforcement into the city of Lyle, where he was apprehended. 

Authorities reported that Mims allegedly robbed all three establishments at knifepoint.  Bail with conditions for Mims has been set at $125,000, and $250,000 without conditions.  A pretrial hearing for Mims in Mower County District Court has been scheduled for November 4th, and a jury trial has been scheduled for November 14th. 

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