Jablonske gets stayed two-year prison sentenceA Red Wing man was sentenced to two years in prison June 22 for his involvement in an armed robbery last February.
A Red Wing man was sentenced to two years in prison June 22 for his involvement in an armed robbery last February.
However, because his sentence was stayed, Craig Donald Jablonske, 51, 352 Frenn Ave., will serve that time only if he violates the conditions of his five years of probation. Those conditions include not using alcohol or controlled substances, remaining law-abiding and not using or possessing firearms or dangerous weapons.
Jablonske pleaded guilty to one count of felony terroristic threats March 2.
According to a court complaint filed Feb. 12, Jablonske allegedly helped two other men, Robbie Edward Espinoza, 30, 825 Bush St., and Travis John Corrigan, 20, 352 Frenn Ave., rob another man February 10, 2012.
Espinoza was sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to a simple robbery charge. Corrigan will be sentenced July 6.