|Two robbery suspects hear their fates|
|Friday, 16 November 2012 13:10|
22-year-old Hebrew Audiss, seen here on the right, earlier pleaded guilty to accessory to attempted first degree robbery and attempted first degree burglary. Judge Mary Thorstenson acknowledged Audiss had the 'lowest role' in the group's crime spree sentencing him to serve 10 years in the state penitentiary, suspending all but 60 days of his prison time. She also ordered him to serve 5 years of probation when he gets out of prison. The driver of the vehicle 23-year-old Cassidy Grosz seen here on the left earlier pleaded guilty to accessory to first degree burglary and aggravated eluding also admitting to a violation of his previous probation. Thorstenson sentenced Grosz to serve six years in prison for the two counts along with an additional three years to be served consecutively for his probation violation. Both Grosz and Audiss were ordered to pay nearly $300 dollars each in restitution to the victims of the March incident.