State v. Perkins

In State v. Perkins, 144 Ariz. 591, 595, 597, 699 P.2d 364, 368, 370 (1985) the Arizona Supreme Court found that a string of robberies, which occurred on the same day and in the same location, did not occur on the same occasion despite the defendant's assertion they were committed with "a common scheme . . . to rob whomever they could" because: "The acts used to establish each robbery incident were distinct, . . . the accomplices apparently did not form the intent to proceed to a new robbery until after completing the prior robbery, and the additional criminal incidents were not necessary to complete either the initial robbery encounter or to escape afterward" and "different evidence was used to prove each robbery incident."