Two of five Rapid City men involved in a January crime spree received their sentence Friday.
Hebrew Audiss, 22, whom Judge Mary Thorstenson called the "least culpable" of the five, received a 10 year suspended sentence for his role in the crime.
He will spend just 60 days of that in prison, and five years on probation.
Audiss pled guilty to being an accessory to first degree robbery and first degree burglary.
The crimes occurred in a span of a few hours in January during a crime spree that involved at least two gas station beer thefts, one residential burglary and a shoot-out with police with a bb gun.
Cassidy Grosz, 23, the admitted driver during the spree, pled guilty to accessory to attempted 1st degree burglary, aggravated eluding and a probation violation.
He was sentenced to 9 years in prison but could be out in almost half that time.
The admitted 'look- out' of the group, and the owner of the bb gun were sentenced to 10 and 15 years in prison respectively.