Men charged with brash robbery on the day of the Ann Arbor marijuana dispensary sentenced to prison terms
ANN ARBOR, MI – All three men accused of robbing a medical marijuana dispensary in Ann Arbor at gunpoint and firing multiple shots in front of their house have now been sentenced to prison terms.
Washtenaw County Trial Court Judge Patrick Conlin Jr. sentenced David Adams, 34, and Devaughn Morgan, 30) to prison terms on Monday, October 4, for their roles in the armed robbery, court records show.
Adams was sentenced to two to 15 years in prison under a sentencing agreement for refusing to contest an armed robbery.
Morgan, who also had a condemnation agreement after his admission of guilt, was sentenced to seven to 20 years in prison. His sentence is said to be consecutive to a previous sentence as he was on probation at the time of the robbery.
The third man, Alfonzia Sproles, 34, was the first to accept an offer to speak out and, on Jan.
He was sentenced to five to 20 years in prison on August 16 to serve consecutively his previous sentence, for which he was also on parole at the time of the robbery, court records show.
The men each faced eight charges for their role in the robbery. The additional charges were dismissed as part of their pleadings, court records show.
The three men were accused of entering the medical marijuana dispensary at 423 Miller Street at around 12:30 p.m. on October 13, 2019, and robbing the shop at gunpoint, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department.
Shots were fired during an armed robbery of the Ann Arbor marijuana dispensary
After the three men handed over an unknown amount of cash in the robbery, they left the building and fled on foot, police said.
A shop clerk started following the men for a short distance until one of them fired three shots while walking and the suspects parted, police said. No injuries were reported.
Morgan was found and arrested without incident that day while the other two men remained on the run, police said. A gun that police say linked Morgan to the robbery was also found by officers searching the area.
Police released images captured by the store’s surveillance cameras in hopes of identifying the two remaining robbery suspects, who were still at large at the time.
Sproles was found and arrested in Detroit on November 5, 2019, followed by Adams, who was also arrested in Detroit, police said.
All three men have records with the Michigan Department of Corrections. Morgan and Sproles were suspended for a car theft committed in Oakland County in 2005. For this offense, he was sentenced to seven to 20 years in prison, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections records.
Morgan was on parole for a car theft and two armed robberies in 2008 in Oakland County, where he was sentenced to 10-30 years in prison, records show.
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