Man sentenced to three years after Yeppoon armed robbery

THE man who robbed a Yeppoon service station at knifepoint in November has been sentenced to three years imprisonment after pleading guilty in the Rockhampton District Court this morning. 

The court heard Ryan James Webb, 22, robbed the United Petroleum Yeppoon service station to pay off a drug debt. 

Webb will be eligible for parole on December 18. 

Read more in tomorrow's Morning Bulletin. 

Topics:  armed robbery crime rockhampton district court yeppoon

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