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Last Of 5 Men Sentenced For Rapid City Crime Spree

November 21, 2012, 8:52 AM

RAPID CITY, SD -

The last of five men charged in a Rapid City crime spree in March has been sentenced.

Nineteen-year-old Adam Poor Bear was sentenced Tuesday to spend 12 years in prison. He had pleaded guilty to robbery last month, and will be eligible for parole after six years.

Poor Bear and the four others were accused of robbing two convenience stores, burglarizing one home and trying to break into another home, and leading police on a chase that ended with an exchange of gunfire. The suspects were armed with a pellet gun.

The other four suspects earlier received prison terms ranging from two months to 15 years.

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