BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont man has been sentenced to a little over three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to his role in the robbery of a McDonald's worker who was making a night bank deposit.
Scott Tobyne, 28, pleaded guilty to conspiring to rob the employee, who was making the deposit in October 2009 at the Community National Bank in Lyndonville. He was ordered to pay $1,135 taken from the worker, plus $9,130 to crime victims in other cases.
Two others, Gregory Gosselin and Randi-Lynn Aldrich, have pleaded guilty to conspiring to rob the employee. Gosselin, who was accused of pointing a BB gun at the worker, was sentenced to a little over four years in prison. Aldrich was sentenced to seven months in prison, plus seven months home detention.
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