Corey Fair allegedly committed the crimes while he was awaiting sentencing on two other cases — one involving an armed robbery and the other involving a theft.
As a result, the judge set Fair’s bond at $50,000.
Fair is scheduled to appear in court at 9 a.m. Thursday for sentencing on his other crimes. He is scheduled to be arraigned on the new charges at 1 p.m. Thursday.
Prosecutors allege Fair engaged in a spree of robberies throughout South Bend while wearing a bandanna over his face and armed with a handgun.
On April 11 he allegedly committed four of the robberies, taking money from a cab driver on Huey Street, the Kitchenette Restaurant, the River Park Liquor Barn and a Pizza Hut on Western Avenue, according to court documents.
He is also accused of robbing a 7-Eleven on Mishawaka Avenue and an Arby’s on Lincoln Way West on April 9, and a Pizza Hut on North Bendix Drive on April 6.
The victims in each case identified Fair from a photo lineup, according to court documents.
Staff writer Mary Kate Malone: