UPDATE 5/22/13 @ 2:20 p.m.
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) -- A man who admitted to police that he was involved in three robberies within two weeks has been sentenced for his second robbery.
Aaron Pack, 24, of Wheelersburg, was sentenced Wednesday in Lawrence County, Ohio for robbing Hop's Carryout in September 2012.
Last week, Pack pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery, kidnapping and tampering with evidence in the case. He was sentenced to 10 years on the robbery charge, eight years on the kidnapping charge and three years on the tampering with evidence charge, all to be served concurrently for a total of 10 years.
According to court documents, this sentence will be served concurrently with a sentence out of Scioto County, Ohio. Pack was sentenced in February to five years for robbing the BP in Franklin Furnace.
Pack also faces charges for robbing the BP in Lloyd, in Greenup County, Ky. According to the sentencing, his current sentence may also be served concurrently with any pending charge in Greenup County.
Aaron Pack, 24, of Wheelersburg, was arrested back in November.
Following his arrest, the Scioto County Sheriff says Pack admitted to robbing Bailey's BP in Franklin Furnace, Ohio, the BP in Llloyd, Ky., and Hops’s Carryout in Hanging Rock, Ohio.
All three robberies happened over a two-week period in September 2012.
On Wednesday, Pack pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery, second-degree kidnapping and third-degree tampering with evidence in connection with the robbery at Hop’s Carryout.
Hanging Rock Police said in the Hop's Carryout robbery, Pack walked into the store and held the cashier at gunpoint and demanded cash.
Pack will be sentenced for that robbery next week.
In February, in Scioto County, Pack pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery in connection with robbery at the BP in Franklin Furnace. He was sentenced to five years for that robbery.
A warrant is out for his arrest in Greenup County in connection the BP robbery in Lloyd.
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Hanging Rock Police Chief Chris Steed says the suspect walked into Hop's Carryout along U.S. 52 about 10 p.m., held the cashier at gunpoint and demanded cash.
The man had a bandana covering his face. Steed says he put the money in a bag and left on foot.
Police are looking at security video from the store.
If you know anything that could be helpful in the investigation you are asked to call the Hanging Rock Police Department at 740-532-7652.