(Lander, Wyo.) – Last week’s jury trial of Curtis Oldman resulted in one conviction and one dismissal. Oldman was charge for his role in a November 2013 aggravated robbery in Riverton.
Fremont County Attorney Michael Bennett said the jury found Oldman guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Robbery. He was found not guilty of being an accessory before the fact. Oldman is facing a possible prison sentence of up to 10 years. A sentencing hearing will be held at a later date.
His co-defendants were Adrian Joseph Sixfeathers, 16, and Tiesha Underwood, 22.
Sixfeathers was charged with Aggravated Robbery, alleging he had used a pellet gun to rob a woman in the Walmart parking lot. For reasons unknown to County10 at this time, the case against Sixfeathers was dismissed in February and the file permanently sealed. Underwood pleaded guilty to her role in the crime and received a 4-6 year prison sentence suspended for six years supervised probation.
Read more background on the case here.