Suspect pleads guilty in armed robbery of Brooklyn bishop

One of the suspects has pleaded guilty in the armed robbery of Bishop Lamor Miller Whitehead, officials say.
Say-Quan Pollack, 25, pleaded guilty to a federal robbery charge. He now faces a maximum sentence of up to 20 years in prison, but he can appeal if the judge goes higher than 87 months.
Whitehead was delivering his sermon inside the Leaders of Tomorrow International Church in Canarsie when three masked men rushed in and stole over $1 million worth of jewelry.
A second suspect is expected to plead guilty next month. A third man is still at large.