TWIN FALLS — A Twin Falls man has been sentenced to two to 10 years in state prison for his role in staging a robbery at a Domino’s Pizza on Super Bowl Sunday.
Nicholas Anthony Slane pleaded guilty to burglary and grand theft in April and was sentenced on June 19. He will also have to pay $245.50 in court costs. He will have 109 days taken off his sentence for time spent in jail before his sentencing.
Prosecutors said Slane pulled off the staged robbery Feb. 6 with the help of his relative, Dustin Camryn Farnworth, who drove and split the money with Slane, and Farnworth’s fiancée, Katelyn Nicole Plaster, who worked at Domino’s. Authorities said earlier this year Slane entered the store with a gun and wearing a mask and made off with $1,800.
Farnworth is scheduled for trial in July, according to court records. Plaster pleaded guilty to three felonies in May and is scheduled to be sentenced in July.