ROCHESTER, Minn. – The second man convicted of robbing the Cold Stone Creamery in Rochester is sentenced.
Authorities say Keshawn Judaryll Howell Jr. and Andres Robert Green used a pellet gun to rob the store just as it was about to close on February 5. Two employees were held at gunpoint while Howell and Green got away with the cash in the register.
Howell, 18 of Rochester, pleaded guilty to one count of simple robbery and was ordered Wednesday to spend 10 years on supervised probation and either pay a $1,000 fine or do 100 hours of community work service. Howell must also pay $200 in restitution.
Green pleaded guilty to simple robbery in May was received the same sentence.
- Second sentence in Cold Stone Creamery robbery
- Guilty plea in Cold Stone Creamery robbery
- Man, 18, arrested in connection to Cold Stone Creamery robbery
- Rochester Police: 2 robbed at gunpoint while closing Coldstone Creamery
- Man wanted in connection to Cold Stone robbery arrested while at work
- Man sentenced for Rochester robberies
- Second sentence in GameStop robbery
- Preventing Kidney Stones
- Man sentenced for Rochester home robbery
- Charles City man sentenced for violent robbery