RALEIGH, N.C. -
Six eastern North Carolina men have been sentenced for their involvement in a string of hotel robberies and the robbery of a federal firearm licensee in December 2012.
United States Attorney Thomas G. Walker announced that Marvin Anthony Blango, of Vanceboro, Clifford Earl Horton, III, of Bayboro, Antonio Ray Stevens, of New Bern, Demarcus Deon Driggers, of Raleigh, and Diquan Antoine, also of Bayboro were all sentenced after having pled guilty to charges during September 2013.
Blango, 20, has been sentenced to 162 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release. He, along with Horton, 20, and Stevens, 24, will also pay $5,981.86 in restitution.
Along with paying nearly six thousand dollars in restitution, Horton will also face 171 months in prison and five years supervised release.
Stevens will spend 180 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release.
Driggers, 21, was sentenced to 126 months imprisonment, also serving five years of supervised release. He has been ordered to pay $141 in restitution.
Bell, 20, will serve 70 months in prison followed by three years of supervised imprisonment. He will also pay $141 in restitution.