AUGUSTA – A pharmacy robber will spend seven years in prison for his roll in a pair of robberies.
That was the sentence handed down today to 22 year old Dominic Pomerleau.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Pomerleau attempted to rob a Rite Aid pharmacy in Augusta in September of 2014, but he took off before getting any pills.
About 20 minutes later, he held up another Rite Aid pharmacy in the city and made off with three bottles of oxycodone.
Police say his distinctive arm and neck tattoos helped them find him.
Two other suspects, Lance Szady and Nichole Breton were also arrested for their alleged rolls in the robberies.