LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A sixth man sought in the armed robbery case against O.J. Simpson has surrendered.
The man was taken into custody in Las Vegas after a brief hearing before a judge who set his bail at $32,000. A lawyer for the man says he expects to post bail and return to Florida.
The sixth co-defendant faces the same charges as another man, who had been arraigned minutes earlier on charges including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.
Simpson and the other men are accused of bursting into a hotel room last week, displaying guns and stealing autographed footballs and other items from two sports memorabilia collectors.
Police reports say the the collectors were ordered at gunpoint to hand over the items.