Hannibal man gets 10 years in Casey's robbery

Dakota Cogdal (left) was sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in an Oct. 26 armed robbery. Shelbi House was sentenced to five years in prison in January after admitting she drove the getaway car in the robbery.

A Hannibal man received a 10-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to an Oct. 26 gas station robbery.

Dakota Cogdal, 21, was scheduled to go to trial March 27, but entered the plea Monday during a hearing before Judge Rachel Bringer.

He was charged with one count of first-degree robbery in the October robbery of a Casey's gas station on Route MM in western Hannibal.

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Cogdal robbed the store with a rifle before fleeing with Shelbi D. House, 20, to a nearby home. House pleaded guilty in January to a second-degree robbery charge and admitted that she drove the getaway car.

A judge sentenced her to five years in prison.