An 18-year-old from Indianapolis has pleaded guilty to robbing two students who were waiting for a school bus.
Authorities say four robberies took place the morning of Jan. 22 in northeast Indianapolis.
Police say three people riding in a car attacked the teenage victims, stealing cell phones, MP3 players, book bags, shoes and lunch money.
Then-17-year-old Cameron Johnson was the only one arrested, and prosecutors say the other two participants were never identified.
Authorities filed adult robbery charges against Johnson over two of the attacks.
Johnson pleaded guilty Wednesday before Marion Superior Court Judge Mark Stoner.
Sentencing is Oct. 9.
Information from: The Indianapolis Star, http://www.indystar.com
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