Jury Convicts Man in Little Falls Drug Robbery
LITTLE FALLS -- A Plymouth man charged in a 2016 drug robbery in Little Falls has been found guilty of aiding and abetting 1st-degree robbery.
Thirty-eight-year-old Ricardo "Ricky" Medina was found guilty by a Morrison County jury Tuesday.
According to the Morrison County Attorney's Office, members of the Central Minnesota Violent Offender Task Force tried to make an undercover buy of methamphetamine at the home of Sharonda Little. When the undercover agent met with Medina, he was punched in the face and had the $600 "buy money" taken from him. A third person at the home brandished a gun during the incident.
State guidelines call for Medina to be sentenced to between seven-and-a-half and just under 10 years in prison.
Little pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit 1st-degree aggravated robbery. The third person, Evan Anderson is serving five years in prison for illegally having a gun.
Medina will be sentenced May 16th.