A man from Bangor accused of stealing $68 from a local hotel has been sentenced to three years in prison.
32-year-old Jeffrey Denis pleaded no contest earlier this month to robbery.
Police say in January he held up the Fairfield Inn on Odlin Road with a gun.
A charged of robbery with a weapon was dismissed.
Denis was out of jail for another crime when police say he robbed the Fairfield Inn.
Bangor Man Sentenced in Connection with Robbing Hotel of $68
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