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4 sentenced to prison for electronics store armed robberies in New Jersey, New York


TRENTON, New Jersey — Four New York men have been sentenced to prison for several armed robberies at electronics stores in New York and New Jersey.

Carl Williams, Terrell McQueen and Kajuan Crawley, of Brooklyn, pleaded guilty to charges including conspiracy and weapons violations. Leonard Arrington of Roslyn Heights, New York, also pleaded guilty.

The U.S. attorney's office says Crawley was arrested after a robbery in Rockville Centre, New York, in June 2012 but Williams and Arrington escaped.

Crawley was out on bail in September 2012 when he acted as lookout while Arrington and Williams tied up employees and stole 50 to 60 cellphones from a T-Mobile store in Linden. A store in Woodbridge also was robbed.

The four men were sentenced Monday and Tuesday to prison terms between 8½ and 14 years.

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