LINCOLN (AP) — A Lincoln man has been sentenced to prison for being part of the robbery of a blind man last October.
James Bailey, 21, was given 20 months to four years on a terroristic threats charge Thursday and two years on a theft charge in connection with the attack.
Bailey is the last of four people sent to prison in the incident.
A 20-year-old blind man told police Oct. 20 that he had been robbed in a Lincoln apartment and then left in an alley. The man said he’d been drinking with a group of people when a woman tried to prostitute herself to him.
The man said he was attacked, robbed and threatened with death when he refused her advances.
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