Robber sentenced in burglary of Gould’s Jewelry, Anoka

The second of three men accused of robbing Gould’s Jewelry in Anoka in July 2012 has been sentenced in Anoka County District Court.

Richard Lee Holston, 34, of St. Paul was sentenced March 5 to 56 months in prison on a felony second-degree burglary charge. He was given credit for 142 days served.

Travail Adam Crumble, 26, was sentenced Dec. 17, 2013 on a felony theft charge. He got a prison sentence of 630 days, but was given credit for 35 days served.

Both were ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $11,567.35. See more in ABC Newspapers story by Eric Hagen.

 

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