Iron Mountain teen sentenced on armed robbery charges

An Iron Mountain teenager will spend at least 3 years in prison for multiple felony charges. 17-year-old Jacelin Sims will serve anywhere from 3 to 15 years in prison on one count of armed robbery.

Sims was sentenced to 11 months in jail Dickinson County Circuit Court for two other charges: larceny in a building, and breaking and entering a vehicle with damage.

Police say Sims and two others broke into an Iron Mountain home just after midnight August 6, 2013 and robbed a man in the home at knife point.

All three sentences will run concurrently. Sims was credited for 111 days he’s already been behind bars.

Sims initially pled not guilty to all counts during his arraignment in September, before changing his plea to guilty in October.