EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) -- A judge has ordered an East St. Louis man to spend three decades in federal prison for his role in the gunpoint robbery of a drug dealer.
Twenty-five-year-old Reginald Moses was sentenced Monday in East St. Louis. He was convicted in August of conspiracy, using threats or violence to interfere with commerce. and illegal firearm possession.
Prosecutors say Moses and three co-defendants obtained more than 600 grams of crack cocaine from the dealer's Alton house in June 2009.
Co-defendant Aries Moses was sentenced to nearly six years, while co-defendant Monte Boatman got 14 years on related charges. The third co-defendant, Randy Wilson, will be sentenced Jan. 10.
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