Barnum man sentenced for role in Mahtowa robberyA Barnum man was sentenced last week in connection with a robbery in Mahtowa last November.
By: Jana Peterson, Pine Journal
A Barnum man was sentenced last week in connection with a robbery in Mahtowa last November.
Cameron Alden Angell, 19, pleaded guilty to an amended count of second-degree felony aggravated robbery, aiding/abetting, and had one count of felony aiding and abetting second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon dismissed as part of a plea agreement.
He was given a three-year suspended prison sentence and sentenced to one year at the Northeast Regional Correction Center. He will also serve three years on supervised probation and cannot have any contact with the victims or the store where the crime took place.
Angell was involved in an armed robbery at TJ’s Country Store in Mahtowa on Nov. 29. His accomplice, Zachary Scott Moehrke, 19, robbed an employee at gunpoint in the incident. In late January, Moehrke pleaded guilty to felony second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon as part of a plea agreement, which carries a minimum 36-month prison sentence. He is scheduled for sentencing on Feb. 26.