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Martinsburg man gets consecutive sentences for charges

August 28, 2008

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A Martinsburg man received consecutive prison sentences Monday for stabbing and then robbing a man in October 2006 who was delivering food for Domino's Pizza.

Thomas Damon Foltz, 29, received a 15-year sentence Monday for his guilty plea to first-degree robbery and a two- to 10-year sentence for a guilty plea to one felony count of malicious wounding.

The jail sentences will be served consecutively and Foltz also is expected to pay the victim restitution, which was not specified, according to an agreement by Prosecuting Attorney Pamela Jean Games-Neely, the defendant and his attorney, B. Craig Manford.

Foltz was charged with the armed robbery, which police said happened in the Berkeley Gardens apartment complex north of Martinsburg.

The victim was treated for nonlife-threatening injuries after being assaulted with a box cutter-type weapon, police had said.

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