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Third man sentenced in Stop-N-Go robbery in Fargo

MOORHEAD - The last of three men to be sentenced for a Feb. 10 armed robbery at a Moorhead Stop-N-Go has been sent to prison for about five years. Anthony Donte Collier, 24, of Chicago, was sentenced Tuesday to five years and eight months in prison.

MOORHEAD - The last of three men to be sentenced for a Feb. 10 armed robbery at a Moorhead Stop-N-Go has been sent to prison for about five years.

Anthony Donte Collier, 24, of Chicago, was sentenced Tuesday to five years and eight months in prison. He'll receive 251 days of credit for time served in jail.

Collier and the two other defendants also must pay $4,025 in restitution.

A Clay County jury convicted Collier in August of two counts of first-degree aggravated robbery for the holdup at 1702 30th Ave. S.

His brother, Antione Collier, 19, of Moorhead, was previously sentenced to four years and 10 months in prison, with credit for 202 days served in jail.

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James Clint Lafayette Taylor, 21, of Fargo, was sentenced last week to five years and seven months in prison, with credit for 318 days served, for his role in the robbery.

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