Three Sentenced for Pharmacy Burglary
With Monday’s sentencing of Channel Lewis, the federal investigation into a June 2020 Louisville, Kentucky CVS burglary has concluded. Along with Lewis, Jean-Pierre Crowdus and Frederick Eaves had previously pleaded guilty in the United States District Court to Conspiracy to Commit Burglary Involving Controlled Substances. Earlier this year, Crowdus and Eaves were both sentenced to 18 months of imprisonment and three years of supervised release. On July 26th, Lewis was sentenced to 7 months’ imprisonment and 18 months’ supervised release.
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