ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. --Two more men have been sentenced to prison for an armed robbery inside an Atlantic City casino.
New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Friday that 26-year-old Aaron Evans, of Atlantic City, and 23-year-old Nathaniel Greenlee, of Bear, Delaware, were sentenced after pleading guilty to theft charges in 2016.
Evans got an eight-year sentence and Greenlee seven years.
Two other men have already been sentenced in the July 2014 robbery at Caesars, including one who worked as a security guard there.
Authorities say that guard pointed a gun at the head of another guard and an employee loading cash boxes onto a trolley before they stole about $180,000 and fled the casino.
A Delaware state trooper shot during the manhunt for the suspects was protected by a bulletproof vest.