Katherine Good Given Probation For Her Role In Loaf N’ Jug Station Robberies
A Casper woman will avoid prison time, after admitting to being an accomplice in the robberies of two gas stations this past summer.
Katherine Good was given a four-to-six year suspended prison sentence with three years of probation, after she pleaded guilty to one charge of aiding and abetting a robbery and one charge of conspiracy to commit robbery.
Investigators with the Casper Police Department say in late July 2015, Nathaniel Neuman robbed the Loaf N' Jug store in Mills, and about a half-hour later the Loaf ‘N Jug at the intersection of Collins Drive and South Poplar Street in Casper.
The clerk in Mills told police a male wearing a hoodie was carrying a silver weapon, believed to be a knife.
The robbery failed after the clerk told him to get a job and he left.
About half an hour later, he tried again at the store on Poplar Street, and got away with $100.
Good was spotted on closed circuit video at one robbery, and when interviewed by police, she said she was a lookout and getaway driver for Neuman, who committed the robberies.
She is also facing one misdemeanor charge of interference with a peace officer, in an unrelated case.
Prosecutors say in late March, Good was the passenger in a vehicle, in which the driver was suspected of DUI.
During questioning, Good was accused of trying to walk away from officers at the scene.