TAVARES, Fla. (AP) -- An Orlando woman has been sentenced to 10
years in prison for her part in a fatal robbery.
A Lake County judge sentenced 22-year-old Angel Glenn on
Wednesday, after she was found guilty of conspiracy to commit armed
Authorities say Glenn helped arrange a September 2006 robbery,
where Anthony Bernard Blunt and Kison Evans were killed.
A pair of 25-year-old Orlando twins, Donte and Dante Hall, have
been convicted separately of two counts of first-degree murder.
Donte Hall was sentenced to death last year, and Dante Hall was
sentenced last month to life in prison.
Authorities say the twins and two other men burst into a party
at a Eustis home. When guests were slow to turn over money and
jewelry, one of the men opened fire, leading to a chaotic scene and
the two deaths.
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