Another teen sentenced in Paris bank robbery

Oct 20, 2011

PARIS - A judge has sentenced a Paris teenager to 25 years in prison for his role in the October 2010 robbery of a woman at a Bank of America depository.

19-year-old Trevor James Wicks was one of three teens indicted in connection to the case.

Trevor Sartor was convicted and sentenced to 35 years for firing a shotgun through the victim’s window during the robbery.