St. Paul man receives 4-year prison sentence for aggravated robbery, assault charges

A St. Paul man will serve time in prison after being convicted of charges stemming from a carjacking task force crackdown.

According to court records, 21-year-old Brandon Rock made a plea agreement, and entered guilty pleas to one count each of first-degree aggravated robbery, second-degree aggravated robbery and second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon.

Two other counts of first-degree aggravated robbery, as well as one count of first-degree attempted aggravated robbery, were dismissed.

Records show Rock was sentenced to four years (48 months) at the St. Cloud prison. He will receive credit for 568 days already served.

He must also pay $1,3000 in restitution.

As previously reported, Rock was one of 41 people who were arrested by authorities during a three-day crackdown in Hennepin County. When Rock’s charges were announced, he was one of 10 people to be formally charged following those arrests.

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