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May 12, 2008

Bainbridge-- Four Bainbridge men are going to prison for carjacking a Dominos pizza delivery woman.  

Last November, the men lured the delivery woman to the end of a street, robbed her at gun point, and stole her car.  They were caught a few days later.  

District Attorney Joe Mulholland said, "Anytime you've got a firearm involved in a crime you have to be very forceful and diligent in your prosecution because lives are in danger. Not only the victims lives but the defendants."

Richard Handford, Rahsneik Henry, Nicholus Gaines, and Lucious Sparkman were sentenced to 20 years in prison, but they'll only serve 10.

 

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