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Watertown man sentenced to 3.5 years in prison in robbery case
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Watertown man sentenced to 3.5 years in prison in robbery case

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A Watertown man was sentenced three and a half years in prison Monday after being found guilty in a robbery case in January.

A jury found Tommie Plummer guilty of robbery with threat of force, party to a crime and burglary, party to a crime earlier this year and Judge Steven Bauer sentenced him Monday. He was originally charged with armed robbery and armed burglary in 2018. Plummer must also face four years of extended supervision.

According to the Dodge County district attorney’s office, Plummer and another man were involved in a robbery at a residence on Louisa Street in Watertown demanding money and marijuana. Detectives spoke with witnesses and viewed security camera footage to identify Plummer as one of the two men.

The office says Plummer admitted to being upset about being shorted on drug sales at the location and that the two men left the residence with two ounces of marijuana and about $800.

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