A man who robbed Echuca’s Sanity Music store last year has appealed his 14-month jail sentence.IVY WISE April 4, 2014 12:33pm
The man who robbed Echuca’s Sanity Music store last year has appealed his 14-month jail sentence.
Oliver Poslan, 30, pleaded guilty in Echuca Magistrates Court today to the robbery, which occurred on November 18.
The court heard Poslan had entered the store and demanded the shop assistant to open the cash register before fleeing with $500.
Magistrate Jennifer Tregent sentenced the Echuca man to 14 months’ imprisonment with a non-parole period of eight months.
He appealed the sentence, which is expected to be heard in the next round of Bendigo County Court sittings which start on April 29.
He was also granted bail on certain conditions, despite opposition from the police prosecutor.
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