The third man convicted of robbing a Lincoln bank branch has been sentenced to prison.
The Lincoln Journal Star reports that 19-year-old Darrius Mason was sentenced on Tuesday to four years and nine months in federal prison. He must serve three years of supervised release after he leaves custody. Mason had pleaded guilty.
Mason also was ordered to help his accomplices pay more than $11,300 in restitution to Great Western Bank.
The leader of the three men, 22-year-old Cleophus Collier, last week was sentenced to 13 years. He was on parole when he robbed the bank on March 17 with Mason and 19-year-old Trenton Ziegenbein. Ziegenbein was given four to six years in prison.
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