Associated Press CHARLESTON -- Seven current or former Wando High School students pleaded guilty Wednesday for their roles in a robbery spree last year in which 10 students were charged. Six of the teens accepted plea offers from Charleston County chief prosecutor Scarlett Wilson on charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and accessory after the fact of armed robbery. The seventh pleaded to one count of accessory after the fact of armed robbery. Over about a week, prosecutors say a group of teens robbed the Food Lion, stole a $35,000 BMW and held up a Subway sandwich shop at gunpoint in August 2006. Last week, former Wando football player Samuel Perez, 17, was the first to accept a deal in the supermarket plot, pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit armed robbery and accessory after the fact of armed robbery. Sentencing for the teens who have accepted plea deals will come later. Two others are facing more severe armed robbery charges.