A judge sentenced Quamaine J. Jackson 23, of Chesilhurst to eight years in state prison on Friday after he pleaded guilty to participating in the robbery of the BB&T bank in West Deptford in 2016.
According to court documents, in imposing the sentence, Superior Court Judge ordered Jackson and his codefendants to repay the bank $137,700, after he is released from prison.
The documents said under the New Jersey No Early Release Act, Jackson must serve 85 percent of his prison sentence before becoming eligible for parole.
Codefendant Travis C. Stanback, of Paulsboro NJ, pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery and was sentenced to ten years in New Jersey state prison and codefendant Latoya Y. Bryson of Vineland pleaded guilty to third-degree theft and was sentenced to three years on probation and 364 days in county jail.
Court documents said charges were dismissed against the sister of Travis Stanback, Charmaine M. Stanback, who is deceased.