A Gladstone man is now out of jail after his sentencing in a robbery case.
Twenty-six-year-old Cory Vanderlinden was sentenced this afternoon to 106 days in the Delta County Jail after pleading guilty to lying to a peace officer.
He had already served that much time in jail, and the judge gave him credit for his time served.
Vanderlinden will also have to pay nearly $600 in fines, restitution and court-appointed attorney’s fees.
He’s one of three people involved in robbing the Grain ‘N’ Grape convenience store between Escanaba and Gladstone last August.
Twenty-year-old Abby Johnson of Escanaba has already been sentenced.
She’s serving concurrent sentences of 12 months for conspiracy to commit larceny in a building and 11 months for larceny of $1,000 to $20,000.
Twenty-two-year-old Annaelise Ambrose of Escanaba has pleaded guilty to attempted larceny in a building, and lying to a peace officer.
She’ll be sentenced on July 24th.
Ambrose was a clerk at the store.
She called police about the robbery, telling them that a man wearing a ski mask entered the store with a pistol and demanded money.