A 31-year-old Yeadon man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for shooting and critically wounding a man during a $20,000 cash robbery in South Jersey.
Jarrad Monk must serve 12 years before becoming eligible for parole under the sentence handed down Tuesday by Superior Court Judge Albert Garfolo in Atlantic County.
A jury in March convicted Monk of first-degree robbery and second-degree aggravated assault in the wounding of Vincent Aires, 42, the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office said.
Prosecutors said Monk shot Aires in the stomach and fled with $20,000 in cash after meeting with the victim in a mobile home in rural Buena Vista Township.
Monk has two convictions on minor drug charges in Pennsylvaina, according to court records.