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GF man sentenced for robbery

A Grand Forks man will serve three years in prison for robbing a UND student in April. Mark Richard Mondor, 25, was sentenced in Grand Forks County District Court on Tuesday to eight years in prison with five years suspended. He was given credit ...

A Grand Forks man will serve three years in prison for robbing a UND student in April.

Mark Richard Mondor, 25, was sentenced in Grand Forks County District Court on Tuesday to eight years in prison with five years suspended. He was given credit for one day served for the charge of accomplices to robbery, a Class C felony.

Mondor and Justin Boushee followed a 20-year-old female UND student to an apartment parking lot in April and attempted to steal her purse.

Mondor must also pay $483.70 in restitution and $500 in court fees and fines.

Boushee, 23, was sentenced in December for his involvement in the crime. He will serve five years with three years suspended.

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