FARMINGTON — A man who police said robbed LoanMax in Layton entered a guilty plea.
Tchaikovsky Jordan Crosley, 24, of Layton, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree felony robbery Thursday in 2nd District Court. A sentencing hearing is set for Dec. 13 before Judge Thomas L. Kay.
His wife, Kenyata Cherrelle Crosley, 23, also appeared in court Thursday. She is charged with second-degree felony obstructing justice. Her case has been continued until Nov. 28.
Police said Tchaikovsky Crosley robbed LoanMax at 339 N. Main St. on April 6. Police said Kenyata Crosley knew her husband had left the apartment that morning but concealed that information from police when she was questioned.