A Peoria man, one of three charged with a holdup of a Washington convenience store last year, was sentenced Thursday to 108 months in federal prison, according to court officials. 24 year old Lucious Turntine pleaded guilty to two separate cases in Peoria federal court. He received time for the February holdup in Washington last year and for assaulting a correction officer at the Tazewell County jail. A co defendant, 23 year old Todd Lawson was sentenced last December for the same robbery. A third defendant, 21 year old Whitney M. Graham of East Peoria, a former employee of the business, is due in court next week.
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