Nov 20, 2014 12:01 PM
2 men pleaded guilty in January armed robbery in Nashua
NASHUA - Two men have pleaded guilty in connection with an armed robbery earlier this year.
On Monday, Anthony Farmer, 21, of Nashua, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.
On Wednesday, Alexandre Amado pleaded guilty to second degree assault and armed robbery.
The pair conspired to rob another man of five pounds of marijuana on Jan. 9. The man was shot in the head accidentally by Amado.
Farmer will serve three to six years in prison with an additional five to 10 years suspended for five years after he is released.
Amado will serve five to 10 years in prison with another five to 10 years suspended for five years after he is released.