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Aberdeen man sentenced in convenience store theft

ABERDEEN (AP) -- An Aberdeen man has been sentenced to four years in prison for robbing a convenience store in the city. The Aberdeen American News reports (http://bit.ly/2akRq8c) reports 28-year-old Armando Jose Ramos pleaded guilty to grand theft.

ABERDEEN (AP) - An Aberdeen man has been sentenced to four years in prison for robbing a convenience store in the city.

The Aberdeen American News reports ( http://bit.ly/2akRq8c ) reports 28-year-old Armando Jose Ramos pleaded guilty to grand theft. As part of a plea agreement, a robbery charge was dismissed.

Authorities say Ramos walked into Sooper Stop, holding his hand up like a gun and grabbed a bag of money from behind the counter.

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