Andrew Scott Oshel was placed on probation, fined, sentenced to jail this week after admitting to the holdup.
Oshel received one indictment in September for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
During the Wednesday hearing of the 354th District Court, under a plea bargain arrangement Oshel was placed on 8 years of probation with a 1000 fine and 200 hours of community service, Judge Richard A Beacham also sentenced Oshel to 90 days in the Hunt County Jail as condition of the probation.
According to a complaint filed by the Greenville Police Department Officers were dispatched to a report of a robbery at gunpoint near the intersection of Interstate 30 and Business Highway 69 at around 8PM on June 29th.
The couple who are the victims offered a description of an individual who they claimed used a handgun to demand the man’s wallet as well as a description of the car the suspect was driving. Oshel was reported as later admitting to the robbery in a written statement to Investigators.