Man pleads not guilty in string of robberies

A 38-year-old San Francisco man connected to a series of armed robberies who was arrested Oct. 5 was charged with eight counts of robbery and one count of receiving stolen property, authorities said.

Christopher Bailey, 38, was arrested after allegedly robbing a cellphone store in the 1500 block of Sloat Boulevard in the Sunset district. He also was reportedly linked to previous heists.

Bailey pleaded not guilty and remains in custody at County Jail on $780,000 bail. He will return to court Nov. 5 to set a preliminary hearing.

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