Getaway driver in Greenville pharmacy robbery sentenced to prison

The accused getaway driver in an armed robbery at a Greenville Walgreens in January entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to prison in a Darke County court Thursday, according to our news partners at The Early Bird.

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Antwan Thompson, now 18, of Indianapolis, was one of four juveniles who were charged with the robbery, according to the paper.

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On Jan. 6, three juveniles went into the pharmacy at 1000 East Main Street in Greenville and took $10,000 worth of prescription drugs. Thompson, 17 at the time of the robbery, remained in the van while the other three entered the store, according to The Early Bird.

Thursday, Thompson entered a guilty plea in Darke County Common Pleas Court on a robbery charge and was sentenced to six years in prison. Initially charged with robbery and receiving stolen property, the second charge was dropped as part of a plea deal, according to The Early Bird.

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