ST. LOUIS (AP) _ The last of four men who committed one of the largest robberies ever in St. Louis has been sentenced to more than 14 years in prison.
Aaron Hassan Johnson was part of the group of bandits that struck the ATM Solutions business in August 2010, getting away with $6.6 million. Johnson pleaded guilty in February to federal charges of armed robbery and for using a gun in a crime of violence. He was sentenced Tuesday.
The other three men all got longer prison terms. John Wesley Jones was sentenced to 32 years, Ryechine Money to more than 19 years and Larry R. Newman to more than 24 years. In addition to the robbers, 13 others were charged with crimes related to the heist, many for helping to hide the money.
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