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Macon men sentenced in robbery spree

Two Macon men were sentenced to prison Wednesday in connection with a monthlong armed robbery spree.

Antonio Travon Knight, 18, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and aggravated assault in a hearing Wednesday morning in Bibb County Superior Court.

He must serve 15 years in prison followed by 25 years on probation, according to the Bibb County District Attorney’s Office.

Rodriquez Alexander Snell, 20, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and two counts of aggravated assault. He must serve 20 years in prison followed by 40 years on probation, according to the office.

The spree included robberies at Family Dollar, 4925 Bloomfield Road, on Dec. 18, 2011; in the parking lot of Golden Corral on Presidential Parkway on Jan. 15, 2012; at Nu-Way, 5391 Bloomfield Road; on Jan. 15, 2012; and at Family Dollar, 4925 Bloomfield Road on Jan. 17, according to court records.

The case is still pending against 16-year-old Alonzo Campbell who is accused of being involved in three of the heists, said prosecutor Garrison A. Wood.

Information from Telegraph archives was used in this report. To contact writer Amy Leigh Womack, call 744-4398.

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