Man pleads guilty to robbery, receives 10-year sentence

March 12, 1996

A Wilde Lake man, who pleaded guilty yesterday in Howard Circuit Court to robbing a man with a sawed-off shotgun in Oakland Mills last summer, was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Clifton Troy Price, 25, of the 5200 block of Brook Way, pleaded guilty before Judge Dennis M. Sweeney.

Judge Sweeney sentenced him to five years for the robbery, to be served concurrently with eight years for burglarizing a Columbia home and two years for car theft.

Michael Rexroad, a senior assistant state's attorney, said Price and his co-defendant -- armed with a sawed-off shotgun -- confronted a Severn man outside the Columbia Ice Rink. The two ordered the victim to the ground, took his keys and wallet and drove away in the man's 1992 Chevrolet Camaro, Mr. Rexroad said.

Armstead Duvon Myers III, 21, of the 10200 block of Wayover Way in Kings Contrivance, also is charged in the robbery.

Pub Date: 3/12/96

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