CLEVELAND- A Cuyahoga County judge sentenced four men on Thursday for 18 armed robberies in Cuyahoga County earlier this year.
(Watch our report from April in the video player above.)
The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office said six men stole more than $16,000 in cash and merchandise from gas stations and convenience stores. Parma police arrested the suspects on April 22.
Rodney Kibble, 24; Dorian Broderson, 24; and Trayvon Abrams, 20, pleaded guilty to 50 counts, including robbery and kidnapping. D’Amantae Jeffries, 18, pleaded guilty to 14 counts.
Kibble received 30 years in prison, Broderson received 29 years, Abrams received 28 and Jeffries received nine years.
Michael Bates, 19, and Romeo Kibble, 20, will be sentenced later this month for their roles.