EUGENE, Ore. – A man convicted in a crime spree in Eugene has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Prosecutors said Eli Johnson will have to serve the entire sentence for the February 2017 crimes.
Police said Johnson, Dustin Fisher, Elaine Jeffers and Dakota Tucker robbed people around Eugene at knifepoint. One of them is accused of stabbing a woman.
All of them were changed as adults, even though three were minors.
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