Killeen Man Gets 25 Years in Prison for Robbery in New Mexico
KWTX reported from the Associated Press that a man from Central Texas has been sentenced for a 2017 robbery that took place in New Mexico.
The robbery took place at a convenience store in San Miguel County, and Lane Michael Reed, 24 of Killeen plead guilty to charges of carjacking, armed robbery, and firearms charges.
Reed was sentenced to 25 years in prison, when the sentencing happened in Albuquerque on Wednesday.
Reed said during his plea hearing, that he got away with $242 in the stickup, pointed guns at the store cashier, and also demanded that the owner of the store give him their keys in order to take their truck.
After the robbery occurred, Reed took authorities on a chase going speeds upwards to 140 miles per hour, and fired gunshots at the authorities who were pursuing him during the chase.