Frederick man gets 10 years for 2 robberies

March 17, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

A Frederick County man was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison for robbing a restaurant and a convenience store in Westminster last year.

In accepting a plea bargain, Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns imposed two consecutive 10-year terms on David M. Evanick, 37, of Walkersville, who has been in jail since February 1999. Burns suspended one of the 10-year terms and ordered Evanick to pay more than $400 in restitution to Pizza Hut Corp. and $175 to High's Stores Inc. Police confiscated $531 from Evanick when he was arrested and Burns ordered that money be forfeited to pay restitution. Evanick is to pay the remaining $44 owed the companies when he's released on five years' probation.

Evanick apologized to the community of Westminster, telling Burns, "I made a big mistake. I'm too old for this. I don't condone what I have done."

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