Gunman in fast-food restaurant robberies sentenced

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SAN DIEGO — A man who robbed several fast-food restaurants at gunpoint, placing some of the victims in the cooler or freezer, was sentenced Friday to 41 years and eight months in state prison.

Donavan Robbins, 32, was convicted in July of a dozen felony charges, including robbery, attempted robbery and burglary.

A jury found Robbins guilty of armed holdups at Papa John’s, Burger King, Subway and KFC in late 2013.

Jurors, however, deadlocked on 14 kidnapping for robbery and other counts against Robbins, who has a 2006 conviction for robbery.

A woman who acted as a lookout during three of the robberies, Roxanne Monzon, also known as Roxanne McQueen, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing and was sentenced to a year in jail.

Judge Robert F. O’Neill scheduled a February trial for the unresolved counts against Robbins.

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