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Lockport man sentenced to 5 years for home invasion

Quentin Z. Gee, one of three men who took part in the robbery of a man at gunpoint in a Town of Lockport apartment, was sentenced Monday to five years in state prison.

Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III also imposed three years of post-release supervision on Gee, 38, of Laurelwood Drive, Lockport. He had pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of attempted second-degree burglary for allegedly carrying the gun in the Feb. 4 incident on Lincoln Place.

On Sept. 13, Markevious J. Davis, 23, of South Street, Lockport, was sentenced to a year in jail for attempted second-degree robbery. Jerrod T. Robinson, 23, of Sweetwood Drive, Lockport, who drove the getaway car, is awaiting sentencing on the same charge as Davis.

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