The main suspect involved in two armed robberies in Natrona County last summer, will be spending time behind bars and will get a chance to reform himself.

Nathaniel Neuman was sentenced to seven-to-nine years in prison, and given a boot camp recommendation, after he pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated robbery.

Investigators with the Casper Police Department say in late July 2015, Neuman robbed the Loaf N' Jug store at 4603 W. Yellowstone Highway in Mills, and about a half-hour later the Loaf ‘N Jug at 938 S. Poplar St. 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.

Neuman tried again at the store on Poplar Street, and got away with $100.

He had an accomplice, Katherine Good, who 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.

Good has pleaded guilty to charges connected to this case, and is waiting to be sentenced.