Shannon Mares Has His Sentence Modified In Armed Robbery Case
A Casper man who served as the lookout in an armed robbery case, has had his sentence modified.
Twenty-one year old Shannon Mares has had his eight-to-10 year prison sentence suspended, after completing the boot camp program.
He has been placed on three years of probation, and has already been accepted into the intensive supervised probation program.
Mares pleaded guilty to one charge of conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery, in a case where he served as a lookout, while a co-defendant committed an armed robbery at Moonlight Liquors, back in April 2013.
His co-defendant, as well as another accomplice who hid the two from the police afterwards, have already been sentenced for their involvement in the case.