FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Charles St. Clair, received the equivalent of a three-year sentence Monday, for his part in the December holdup of a BP gas station.
St. Clair was one of four people linked to the robbery on West Coliseum Boulevard, in which gas and cigarettes were taken.
St. Clair's alleged accomplice, Joshua Jackson, held police at bay during a standoff following the robbery.
Officers tossed a flash bang device into the home, forcing Jackson's surrender.
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