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Holdup role yields 3-year prison term

An 18-year-old man implicated in a gas station robbery last year will serve prison time.

Charles D. St. Clair was sentenced to three years in prison Monday for his role in robbing a BP gas station on Coliseum Boulevard in December.

According to Allen Superior Court documents, St. Clair acted as a lookout inside the gas station while 19-year-old Mayson L. St. Clair used a gun to rob the cashier.

The two made a getaway in a car that police linked to 26-year-old Joshua C. Jackson, who has pleaded guilty to his role in a string of five armed robberies over the winter.

Mayson St. Clair has also pleaded guilty in the robbery.

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