Loaf and Jug robber sentenced; Attorney said he was trying to impress the co-defendant

(Casper, Wyo.) - In January, twenty-one year old Nathaniel Knox Neuman plead guilty to two counts of aggravated robbery after threatening clerks at two Loaf and Jug stores in Natrona County. Today he was sentenced to serve five to nine years in the Wyoming State Penitentiary to run concurrent and a Boot Camp Recommendation. Neuman apologized to the Judge and to the District Attorney for his actions. He was ordered to pay back the $95 as Restitution. The co-defendant in the case, Katherine Good also plead guilty to her involvement in the case and will be sentenced later. Neuman's attorney today stated that Neuman never made any violent acts towards the clerks, and left when he was told to "leave and find a job" according to reports. His attorney also commented that Neuman was trying to impress the co-defendant, Good with the robberies. The District Attorney reported that the two were, "Ultimately they were trying for money to buy mushrooms for a future concert." Good will be sentenced for her crimes at a later date. #oilcity #news