Rowlett man pleads guilty to robbing Greenville couple
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.