A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced 26-year-old Jacobi Oliphant for helping to conceal some of the $6.6 million taken in the ATM Solutions robbery.
Two brothers have each been sentenced to three years in prison for helping to move millions of dollars stolen in the ATM Solutions robbery in St. Louis in 2010.
Eddie and Robert Oliphant helped conceal money
Aaron Hassan Johnson, the fourth and final of the robbers of ATM Solutions, was sentenced to over 14 years in prison.
The woman’s mother got sentenced to a year of probation.
Now it turns out the robbers themselves were ripped off to the tune of least one-point-three million dollars.
20-year-old Larry Newman gets 24 years behind bars.
Four armed men took $6.6 million in the holdup in August of last year.
The kidnapping was part of a plot to get a larger share of the robbery loot for another man.
It was one of the largest robberies ever in St. Louis. About $6.6 million was stolen.