A St. Louis woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison and her mother to a year of probation for helping to hide some of the money stolen in the big ATM Solutions robbery in St. Louis.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 24-year-old Candi Goodson and her 50-year-old mother, Cathy Goodson, were sentenced Monday in federal court. Both pleaded guilty in January - Candi Goodson to conspiracy and Cathy Goodson to lying to the FBI.
The $6.6 million robbery of ATM Solutions in St. Louis in 2010 is believed to be the largest heist ever in St. Louis. It turns out the robbers themselves were victimized, too - at least $1.3 million was re-stolen.
Larry Newman pleaded guilty in June to one count each of armed robbery, kidnapping, and to using a gun in a robbery. Newman was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court to more than 24 years in prison.
The 2010 heist was among the largest ever in St. Louis.
Newman is the third of four robbers to be sentenced.