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Smoke shop burglars sentenced

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Cameron Beattie Cameron Beattie
Anthony Olderbak Anthony Olderbak

By: KLKN Newsroom

Two Lincoln teenagers will spend 18 months to 3 years behind bars for burglarizing a smoke shop on West O Street last October.

A judge sentenced 18-year-old Cameron Beattie and 19-year-old Anthony Olderbak Monday in district court.

Lancaster County District Court Administrator Troy Hawk says Beattie pleaded no contest to the burglary charge. Hawk says Olderbak pled guilty to the same charge.

Lincoln police say the two men entered Wicked Smoke on October 13th and told the clerk they were robbing the store. The clerk then shot one of the teenagers in the back with a taser gun, but both of them got away.

Nearly four hours later, police say they returned to the shop, shattering the front door and stole cigarettes. Beattie was arrested on October 17th and Olderbak three days later.

Hawk says Beattie will receive 144 days credit for time served. Olderbak will receive credit for 142 days in prison.

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