Robbery suspect headed to prison

A Seymour man was sentenced to six years in prison after being accused of robbing cash from a couple at knifepoint in their home in October.

Jesse J. Stover, 23, entered a guilty plea last month to one count of armed robbery, a Class B felony, according to court documents.

Jackson Circuit Judge Richard Poynter recently sentenced Stover to six years in prison, according to court documents.

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