LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Two Lafayette men will spend the next few years in prison after pleading guilty to armed robbery.
Gregory Gadd has been sentenced to four years in the Indiana DOC, two years on Tippecanoe County Community Corrections and two years on probation.
Andrew Rounds was sentenced to seven years in the Indiana DOC and one year on probation.
Prosecutors say they robbed the Circle K at Ferry Street and Earl Avenue last December. According to court documents, Gadd drove the getaway car while Rounds committed the robbery.
A responding officer arrested them near the scene and recovered the gun.
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