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Ex-Auburn WR sentenced to three years in ’11 robbery case

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Of the four former Auburn players arrested in connection to a March, 2011 robbery, three have now been sentenced in the case.

The latest ex-player to receive his punishment is former Tigers wide receiver Shaun Kitchens. Court records obtained by show that Kitchens pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery and will receive 3 years imprisonment as part of a 15-year split sentence. The sentence, which includes a $2,000 fine, was a result of a plea deal with prosecutors.

Kitchens, along with defensive back Mike McNeil,  tight end Dakota Mosley and receiver Antonio Goodwin, was originally indicted on five counts of first-degree robbery, one count of first degree burglary and one count of third degree theft of property related to the incident.

McNeil, who was at the center of Selena story this past spring alleging more violations in the Auburn program, was also given a 15-year split sentence in April as part of a plea agreement. McNeil had insisted he was innocent and turned down multiple plea deals. Goodwin was sentenced to 15 years in prison last year and Mosley is still awaiting a June trial.

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2 Responses to “Ex-Auburn WR sentenced to three years in ’11 robbery case”
  1. Romulus says: Jun 1, 2013 2:41 PM

    Why was Selena Roberts defending these guys?? Mcneil innocent??? He was caught in the car with money, gun, and a mask.. Selena should issue an apology but that will never happen. Just ask the Duke Lacrosse players.

  2. thegamecocker says: Jun 2, 2013 10:10 PM

    What about that big fat punk Auburn O-lineman who was shot in the butt and wasn’t aware of it! What a first class DOPE. He’s the type of jerk to have kids while still in high school but goes off to Auburn and dates coeds while Momma is home with his offspring. That’s a piece of garbage.

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