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Getaway car driver sentenced for role in Lockport home invasion

Jerrod T. Robinson, who drove the getaway car after the Feb. 4 gunpoint robbery of a man in a Town of Lockport apartment, will spend five years on probation and 20 days in the Niagara County work program for his guilty plea to a reduced charge of attempted second-degree robbery.

Robinson, 23, of Sweetwood Drive, Town of Lockport, was sentenced Monday by County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III.

The man with the gun, Quentin Z. Gee, 38, of Laurelwood Drive, Lockport, who is Robinson's brother, was sentenced Oct. 2 to five years in state prison and three years of post-release supervision. Another man who took part in the Lincoln Place home invasion, Markevious J. Davis, 23, of South Street, Lockport, was sentenced Sept. 13 to a year in the county jail.

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