UPDATE: A string of robberies in the Chippewa Valley leads to prison time for another one of the suspects.
Judge William Gabler gave Daamon Stalson up to one year in jail for his role as the getaway driver in a pair of 2017 armed robberies. One of the robberies was at a Kwik Trip in Chippewa Falls and the other was the same night at a Cenex store in Eau Claire.
If Stalson does not comply with the other conditions of his sentence, he will go to prison for more than seven years. He will also spend seven years on probation and is ordered to pay restitution.
The other suspect, Dustin Lussier, was sentenced to 10 years in prison in January.
UPDATE: One of the suspects in a string of robberies in the Chippewa Valley last year is headed to prison.
Judge Shaughnessy Murphy gave Dustin Lussier 10 years behind bars Friday. He is also ordered to pay restitution.
Lussier was charged in the March 2017 armed robberies of an Azara store in Eau Claire, along with a Kwik Trip in Chippewa Falls and an Eau Claire Cenex.
The getaway driver in those robberies, Daamon Stalson will be sentenced next month.
One of the suspects in a string of armed robberies in the Chippewa Valley will be sentenced in December.
Dustin Lussier pleaded no contest Thursday to the March armed robberies of a Kwik Trip in Chippewa Falls and the Azara store in Eau Claire. Charges of robbing a Cenex convenience store in Eau Claire were dismissed as part of a plea bargain.
No court dates have been set for Daamon Stalson who is Lussier's alleged getaway driver in two of the robberies.