DOUGHNUT STORE ROBBER Man Accused In Doughnut Shop Robbery Back In Court For Probation Violation
Reported by: Tiersa Davis
Web Producer: Jeff Morris
Reported: Oct. 17, 2012 10:21 AM EDT
Updated: Oct. 17, 2012 10:39 AM EDT
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, Cabell County
, West Virginia
One of the men accused of robbing a doughnut shop in Huntington was back in court for a probation violation.
Joshua Wyrick and his father, Stephen, robbed the Jolly Pirate with plastic bags over their heads and arms, and took hundreds of lottery tickets and cash in July 2008. The Wyricks pleaded guilty in the case in 2009.
Joshua Wyrick pleaded guilty on Wednesday in Cabell County Circuit Court to his probation violation and the original sentence for his crime will be imposed. He will face 5 to 18 years for second-degree robbery, according to the Cabell County Probation Office. Wyrick violated his probation because of failure to pay supervision fees, failure to pay restitution, and failure to stay away from drugs and alcohol, the probation office said.
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