TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — A man charged in the robbery of a Lafayette Village Pantry has received a sentence of 10 years.
Court documents say that on Oct. 8, 2016, at around 3:44 a.m. police were sent to investigate the Brady Lane Village Pantry on a report of a robbery.
The clerk said that around 3:25 a.m. a person entered the store and held him up at gunpoint, demanding money.
The subject then fled the scene with the cash.
Video surveillance obtained from the store showed the subject wearing a sweatshirt similar to one found along the presumed escape route.
DNA markers contained in the sweatshirt matched those of 23-year-old Bradley Alan Harris.
In September, Harris pled guilty to a charge of robbery.
He was sentenced to 10 years with 6 years executed in DOC and 4 years suspended on supervised probation.
This sentence is consecutive to the sentence imposed in his other robbery conviction as the two were committed four days apart.
Harris’ criminal history in Tippecanoe County includes theft and robbery.
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