The family that plays together...
WOODBURY, N.J. (AP) – Two southern New Jersey residents who robbed a bank last year to pay for their wedding trip to Las Vegas are now headed to state prison.
Twenty-eight-year old Charles B. Koch of Stratford and 27-year-old Cheri Harper of Malaga both received seven-year terms on Friday. They must serve 85 percent of their sentences before becoming eligible for parole.
They also were ordered to pay $7,600 in overall restitution to the bank in Franklin Township (Gloucester County), which they admitted robbing on January 8, 2010.
Harper told authorities she entered the bank with a concealed knife, while Koch claimed to have a bomb. They soon fled with an undisclosed amount of cash and began driving to Las Vegas, but were captured in Oklahoma five days later.
Gee...never thought of paying for my wedding that way. I'll bet they never planned their honeymoon to be in prison. That's a pretty hefty sentence, too. I kinda feel bad for them.
oh gosh what a crew eh! have a super day my friend!:)
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