Teenager Sentenced For Role In Robbery Last Summer

4/23/19 – 5:16 A.M.

An 18-year-old from central Ohio received her sentence for her role in a Findlay robbery Monday. Kelsey Murfield of Delaware will spend five years on community control. Judge Jonathan Starn also reserved a 16-month prison sentence for Murfield and deferred 90 days in the Hancock County jail.

Starn found that Murfield had minimal involvement in an armed robbery behind the Domino’s Pizza on North Main Street last summer. Murfield’s lawyer said his client didn’t know what the group was doing until the picked up two other co-defendants in Findlay. She also didn’t get out of the car during the robbery. However, she did allow others accused in the case to use her cell phone to lure the victim.

Two others have already pleaded guilty to robbery charges. 20-year-old Roderick Michael of Columbus entered an insanity plea in March.

MORE: Details about the robbery.