Two Additional Thugs Sentenced For Robbery Of Monsey Glatt


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court hammer.jpgA judge sentenced two men for robbery and assault at Monsey Glatt Supermarket last year, according to the Journal News Website. Junior Marseille, 21, was sentenced to 13 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree robbery.

The judge also sentenced Edward Ceus, 23, to a prison term of five years for his involvement in the robbery and an additional one to three years for a violation of probation on a prior felony conviction for grand larceny.

Ceus did not take part in the crime because he was being held in the Bergen County, N.J., jail at the time on separate charges, but he helped plan it and received a portion of the money that was stolen, Bongiorno said.

Francisco Feria, 16, was sentenced to 13 years in June, as was reported HERE on YW.

Aldaberto Lucus, 21, will serve 15 years in prison for his role in the Monsey robbery. Lucas, who worked at the store, also faces five years of supervision when he is released and must pay $1,000 restitution. He was sentenced in June.