A Maplewood man received probation for robbing three people in Eagan.
Everett Jacobe-Kwunzell Durr, 21, was sentenced in a Dakota County court on June 18 to five years probation and 90 days in jail. Durr received credit for the 90 days he had already served.
The conditions of Durr’s probation include having no contact with his codefendant and abstaining from using or possessing drugs or alcohol. Durr must also submit a DNA sample and pay restitution. The dollar amount has yet to be determined.
Durr pleaded guilty on Feb. 27 to second-degree aggravated robbery for a Dec. 30 incident in which Durr and a 16-year-old man robbed three people outside an apartment complex on Greystone Drive.
Durr and his accomplice took about $50 and a cellphone from the group.
Police found the stolen money and cellphone in an SUV driven by Durr, who was arrested that day.
The victims told police Durr pointed a gun at them during the robbery, but one was never found.