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Woman sentenced to three years on robbery charge

February 03, 2005|by BRIAN SHAPPELL

A Taneytown, Md., woman has been sentenced to serve up to three years in prison for her role in an armed robbery in August, according to court records.

Washington County District Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr. sentenced Elizabeth Marie Heffner, 26, of 115 Grand Ave., to 10 years in prison but suspending all but three years, records state. Long, who had ordered a presentence investigation in December, also sentenced her to three years of supervised probation upon her release, records state.

Heffner pleaded guilty before Long, on Dec. 1, 2004, to a charge of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and conspiracy to commit a theft scheme more than $500, records state.

Heffner and a second woman took part in the Aug. 26 robbery of a Four State Transportation driver at the Sheetz store on Maugans Avenue. The driver's CB microphone, keys and cellular phone were taken during the incident, which involved a gun, records state.

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Shannon M. Hamilton, 26, of 510 E. Washington St., Apt. 7, also pleaded guilty in the incident.

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