Two people indicted each on an armed robbery charge have pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, but they’re still going to prison.
Natalie Natasha Street, 43, and Morris Jerome Clarington, 30, each pleaded guilty to robbery by force in separate court hearings last week, according to Houston County Superior Court records.
Street was sentenced to six year in prison, while Clarington was sentenced to four years in prison for robbing a man of more than $250 in cash with a BB gun that looked like a real pistol on April 30, 2016, records show.
Street and Clarington, both of Warner Robins, were arrested by officers responding to the 8:50 a.m. incident. The two were taken into custody after Warner Robins officers searched the area of Green Street and Suzanne Drive.