(Casper, Wyo.) - This morning twenty-year-old Katherine Good was sentenced to serve three to five years in prison, all suspended for three years supervised probation for her involvement in a series of robberies that took place in 2015 at two Loaf and Jug convenience stores. Good was charged with three counts, one count of aggravated robbery, one count of robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit robbery as part of her plea deal with the state, the count of aggravated robbery was dismissed and she plead guilty to the amended charges of aiding and embedding a robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Today in court the Honorable Judge Catherine Wilking commented before issuing Good's sentence, "These crimes that you committed are very, very serious. This is your one opportunity to me. I will issue a no contact with the co-defendant in this case, which is to serve your best interest." Good reported in court before she was sentenced, "This was such a serious and unnecessary crime." According to Good's report to the court, she is currently a full time student at Casper College and working to better herself. The co-defendant in the case, Nathaniel Knox Neuman
was sentenced to serve
5-9 years in prison with a boot camp recommendation.