LAWTON, Okla._One of two suspects charged with robbing a video game store in Lawton in October pleaded guilty to the crime Tuesday.
Darion Landrum was one of two suspects who forced their way into the store with a gun after the store opened. The two stole several video game consoles.
They were arrested at a nearby apartment complex shortly after the robbery following a lengthy standoff.
Tuesday, Landrum was sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay restitution.
His accomplice, Chris Giles is awaiting trial.
A third suspect, Anna Spearman, pleaded guilty Monday to accessory after the fact. She was living with the suspects at the time of the robbery and admitted to lying to police when asked where the other men were. She said she was asleep when they came home carrying duffel bags full of stolen electronics.
She was sentenced to six months in the Comanche County Detention Center.