Trish Bennett, Editor
CIRCLEVILLE – A Lancaster woman will spend the next two years behind bars after pleading guilty to her role in an Ashville bank robbery in Pickaway County Common Pleas Court.
Ashley K. Duboe, 24, was originally set for trial Jan. 21 on two counts of complicity to robbery and one count of complicity to theft in the case.
Instead, she pleaded guilty Jan. 6 to one count of complicity to robbery and was sentenced to two years in state prison and $6,430 in restitution.
Duboe was charged along with her boyfriend, John E. Mogan II, 28, of Pataskala, for the Aug. 24, 2015, robbery of the Savings Bank branch on state Route 752 in Ashville. The pair made international headlines in the weeks following the robbery after Mogan posted photos of himself and Duboe with wads of cash on Facebook.
Both were taken into custody in late September and held on $250,000 bond pending trial.
Mogan pleaded guilty to robbery and theft on Dec. 30, 2015, and was sentenced to three years in prison and $6,430 in restitution.
This article originally appeared on The Pickaway News Journal