LETHBRIDGE: Two Lethbridge men were sentenced Thursday in separate cases, but both certainly did their part to makes things easier for the police and prosecutors.
A 40-year old Lethbridge man will spend quite a while behind bars, for giving police much more then they were expecting.
June 5th they arrested Kevin Staddon in connection with a break and enter and robbery at south side residence.
He then told them about numerous other homes he had broken into and taken things from.
He also dealt with charges from a May 5th incident where Regional Police found him in possession of oxycodone pills, which he told them he was selling to people to help a friend pay for cigarettes.
Getting credit for two months of pre-trial custody, Staddon will spend just under 4-years in prison.
In the other case to be finished off today, 40-year old Troy Dean of Lethbridge will spend the next 3-years in custody after pleading guilty to robbing the London Road Market July 31st.
Around 4:30 that afternoon he entered the store carrying a knife and wearing a mask, demanding cash from an employee.
After the money was handed over he left the store, and took off his mask in front of a witness outside.