A Cape Girardeau man will spend the next eight years in prison after pleaded guilty to a charge of robbery.
According to the Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney, Felawn Smith Jr., 18, arranged a meeting in the Walmart parking lot.
That meeting took place on June 26.
The victims told investigators the meeting was to pay someone $10.
That's when Smith pulled out a gun and demanded cash from the victims.
He was arrested during a traffic stop a short time later.
Smith will serve an eight year sentence in the Missouri Department of Corrections.
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