By J Swygart - firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE: Lima News
LIMA — One of two Columbus residents charged in the botched armed robbery attempt at Duke’s Liquor Store in downtown Lima earlier this year agreed on Thursday to testify against her co-defendant when his case comes to trial early next year.
Jennafer Andrian, 29, accepted a plea deal from prosecutors that called for her to plead guilty to aggravated robbery for her role in the Sept. 14 robbery attempt at the liquor store, located at 630 N. Main St. The agreement amended the specification for the use of a firearm during the robbery from a mandatory three-year prison sentence — as contained in the original indictment — to a one-year mandatory prison term.
Assistant Allen County Prosecuting Attorney Terri Kohlreiser recommended a three-year prison sentence on the aggravated robbery charge, which will be served after the completion of the mandatory one-year term for the firearm specification. Common Pleas Court Judge David Cheney set sentencing for March 1.