LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two Southern California bank robbers who threw the loot out a car window during a police chase have been sentenced to long prison terms.
Lavelle Mosley, 24, got 33 years on Friday and 27-year-old Terion Collins was sentenced to 45 years and eight months.READ MORE: LA City Council To Vote Tuesday On Ghost Gun Ban
They were convicted of robbery in January.
Prosecutors say the gang members robbed a Bank of America branch in Canyon Country in September 2012 and fled in a stolen Volvo SUV.READ MORE: New Princess Diana Exhibit To Open In Santa Monica
During an hour-long chase by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies, the crooks threw fistfuls of cash out the window, prompting bystanders to scramble for the money.
The pursuit ended on a street where authorities arrested the two men as throngs of people moved in and tried to take any remaining cash from the SUV.MORE NEWS: LA Special Counselor To Plead Guilty To $2.2M LADWP Kickback Scheme, Bribing LADWP Officials
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