Teen sentenced in armed robbery of Huber Heights cellphone store

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One of the last of the seven teens arrested in a violent group armed robbery of a Huber Heights phone store learned his punishment in court Wednesday.

The robbery reportedly involved seven teens with guns and wearing masks barging into an AT&T store around a year ago.

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Damion Raglin, 18, was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbery and other charges.

“I want to start off by saying I want to personally apologize to the whole Huber Heights community and everybody that was involved in the situation,” Raglin said in court. “I know what I did was wrong and I deeply regret everything that took place that day.”

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Six of the seven teens involved were juveniles at the time, but all of their cases were moved to adult court because of what prosecutors call the adult nature of the crime.

The teens reportedly had handguns and rifles and terrorized customers and workers, grabbing cellphones and cash.

Police spotted the teens as they fled.

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A short chase ended with the group jumping from the vehicle and running.

Officers were able to arrest all seven teens that day.

Three of the teens recently were sentenced to nine years for their involvement.

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