Idaho man sentenced for swiping 33 guns from pawn shop

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — A Clark Fork man convicted for stealing guns from a north Idaho pawn shop will be spending 11 months in a federal prison.

Nineteen-year-old Christopher Robin Garlin was also sentenced Tuesday to three years of supervision upon release and ordered to pay more than $8,100 in restitution.

Garlin pleaded guilty in October to teaming up with 23-year-old Jennifer Dunnagan of Sandpoint in a burglary of Pawn Now in Ponderay. The pair admitted to making off with 33 guns during the 2011 heist.

Dunnagan is now serving a 2-year prison term.

In a separate case, Garlin entered an Alford plea in November to being an accessory to murder in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man in 2011. An Alford plea is treated as a guilty plea for sentencing purposes.