HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) - Three men have been sentenced in connection with two Hot Springs pharmacy robberies in 2010.
Federal prosecutors announced Friday that Detric Conway was sentenced to 36 years in prison; Richard Johnson was sentenced to 32 and Corey Kidd received a 12-year term.
Authorities say Conway robbed Phil's Pharmacy in Glenwood at gunpoint on June 21, 2010. About three weeks later, they say Conway, Johnson and Kidd held a Hometown Pharmacy employee at gunpoint and stole a large amount of narcotics.
Conway and Johnson were apprehended after that robbery, and Kidd was arrested later.
All three pleaded guilty in November to using a firearm during a crime of violence; pharmacy robbery, and interference with commerce by robbery.
Defense attorneys for the men didn't immediately return messages left after hours seeking comment.
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