Witnesses: Armed robber turned to God
Sentencing hearing will resume today
DIXON – A man accused in the armed robbery of two Dixon convenience stores has turned his life around, witnesses said Thursday.
Jacob N. Cecil, 33, pleaded guilty to two armed robberies in April; his sentencing hearing started Thursday and resumes today.
Just after midnight on June 9, 2006, Cecil, wearing a ski mask and carrying a sawed-off shotgun, robbed Stop-N-Go, 1100 E. River Road. A week later, he also used a sawed-off shotgun to hold up Hometown Pantry, 110 E. Seventh St.
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