Man With Multiple Armed Robberies, Aggravated Assaults Gets Maximum 210-Month Sentence

Thursday, January 09, 2014

A man with multiple aggravated robberies and aggravated assaults has been sentenced to the maximum 210 months in federal prison.

Robbie Taylor Bell appeared before Federal Judge Curtis Collier.

The sentencing range was 180-210 months.

Judge Collier gave a higher sentence than the recommendation by prosecutor Jay Woods.

His attorney said Bell in the future wants to work with underprivileged and delinquent youth.

He has already spent most of his adult life in prison, it was noted.  


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