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Defendants sent to prison on felony convictions

A Fletcher man was sentenced to more than six years in prison after a Henderson County Superior Court jury convicted him of armed robbery. Samuel N. Angram III, of 31 Talley Drive, Fletcher, was convicted by a jury of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Angram was sentenced to 74 months in prison and $800 restitution.

District Attorney Greg Newman announced case dispositions from a Sept. 18-28 term of Superior Court. Judge Gregory Horne presided.

In other cases:

  • Jamal Blanton, of 1009 Fassifern Court, pleaded guilty to Assault on a Female and Failure to Appear. Blanton was sentenced to 100 days confinement.
  • Jeannie S. Orr, of 204 Gull Avenue, East Flat Rock, pleaded guilty to Breaking and Entering and Larceny after Breaking and Entering. Orr was sentenced to 19 months in prison.
  • Christina L. Robinson, of 10 Adair Court, was convicted by a jury of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Robinson was sentenced to 74 months in prison and $800 restitution.
  • Nicholas P. Trombetta, of 605 S. Central Avenue, Landis, pleaded guilty to Larceny of a Motor Vehicle, Possession of Stolen Motor Vehicle, and Resisting Public Officer. Trombetta was sentenced to 17 months in prison and $1632 restitution.