For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Bob Cooper
(208) 334-4112

Date: November 29, 2006

Men Who Robbed Boise Jackson’s Food Stores Sentenced to Prison

(Boise) – Billy Arthur Riley, Jr., 20, was sentenced for felony robbery, Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said. Fourth District Judge Joel Horton sentenced Riley to up to seven years in prison. The court retained jurisdiction for 180 days.

Riley, a Boise resident, pleaded guilty on October 20, 2006, to one count of robbery.

On May 27, 2006, Thomas Lawrence Dudley entered the Jackson’s Food Store at 791 N. Garden Street. Dudley displayed a gun and demanded and received money from the clerk. After receiving the money, Dudley and Riley left in a car driven by Riley.

Shortly thereafter, Dudley entered the Jackson’s Food Store at 404 S. Roosevelt Street. Dudley displayed a gun and demanded and received money from the clerk. After receiving the money, Dudley and Riley left in a car driven by Riley.

Dudley pleaded guilty to one count of felony robbery. Fourth District Judge Joel Horton sentenced Thomas Lawrence Dudley, 42, of Mountain Home, on October 18, 2006 to serve four to 10 years in prison.

The Attorney General’s Office prosecuted the case at the request of Ada County Prosecuting Attorney Greg Bower. Deputy Attorney General Robert Schwarz of the Special Prosecutions Unit of the Attorney General’s Criminal Law Division handled the case.

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