A Lexington man was sentenced to 69 years in prison for robbing three Georgetown gas stations last year.
Isaiah Lamar Robinson, 21, was ordered to pay $19,000 in restitution to the victims of the robberies in a sentencing hearing in U.S. District Court in Lexington.
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Robinson has admitted that he robbed the Shell gas station on East Main Street on Nov. 27; the Showalter Shell station on South Broadway on Dec. 17; and the Mary Lynn Drive Shell station on Dec. 25.
Robinson has also admitted he shot a clerk in the hand during the East Main Street robbery, and he shot a clerk in the leg at the Mary Lynn Drive station.
Robinson was assisted by four other Lexington men. They pleaded guilty in April and already had been sentenced.