A Kyabram man was yesterday sentenced to four years’ jail for an armed robbery at an Echuca pharmacy last year.January 31, 2014 4:10am
Kyabram’s Jeffrey Paul Treacy was sentenced to four years’ jail for an armed robbery at an Echuca pharmacy last year.
Treacy, 41, charged with armed robbery, burglary, aggravated burglary, two counts of theft and three counts of failing to answer bail, was sentenced in Bendigo County Court yesterday.
Treacy plead guilty to holding up staff at Weller and Barlow Pharmacy with a shotgun and demanding drugs on April 17.
The 280 days Treacy has been in custody will be deducted from his sentence, which includes a non-parole period of two years.
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