A man who held up businesses in Raleigh and Mercer Counties is sentenced.  Jonathan Dunlap pleaded guilty to First Degree Robbery charges for holding up the Knight’s Inn in Ghent and CJ’s Hotspot in Coal City. Those crimes happened in October 2014.  He also held up an Exxon in Princeton.

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Dunlap was already serving a sentence of five to 18 years in prison for the hold up in Princeton. He previously pleaded guilty to the crimes in Raleigh County.  He was sentenced in front of Circuit Judge John Hutchison, who sentenced him to serve 20 years which will be consecutive with the current term.  That means Dunlap will serve 25 to 38 years .