Two men are headed to federal prison after being sentenced for robbing a Jacksonville convenience store last year.
Christopher Frazier was sentenced to 10 years, followed by five years of supervised release, while Marcus Hyde received a 7 year sentence, followed by three years of supervised release. Both men have to pay back $3,800.
The two pleaded guilty to the October 9th robbery at the Scotchman on Western Boulevard. The feds say a stolen rifle was used in the holdup.
The two were sentenced in Wilmington before Senior U.S. District Judge James Fox.
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