A co-conspirator in a Rockville armored car robbery last year was sentenced Friday to 7 years and 4 months in prison, the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s announced.
Kai Holt, 38, of Waldorf, Maryland was also sentence to five years of supervised release.
Holt was of the men tapped to rob an armored car at June 13, 2012 at the Navy Federal Credit Union branch at 12244 Rockville Pike. A courier was targeted as he unloaded bags of cash from the truck.
According to federal prosecutors, Holt drew a pistol while another man, Carmen Camacho, 31, of Fort Washington, MD, took the bag. The robbers made off with a total of $220,000.
Camacho pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing.
A total of five men were involved in the heist, Patch has reported.
The ringleader, John Bernard Williams, 48, of Fort Washington, MD, was sentenced earlier this year. His son, Deangelo Williams, 20, was sentenced to three years in jail.