One of the four suspects in a tavern robbery that led to a Union County manhunt last month has pleaded guilty.
Court records show 35-year old Johnny Robinson, Junior of Greenville, Mississippi pleaded guilty to a felony burglary charge in Union County court last week. He was sentenced to two years' probation, plus fines and fees.
Robinson was charged, along with 35-year old Jeffery Hunter, 42-year old Toni McClellan, and 21-year old Christian Lowe - all of Indianapolis - with burglary of the Revlon Tavern near Ware back in September.
Twenty-six year old Dejun Booker - who escaped capture when the other four suspects were arrested - is charged in connection to the burglary, but also faces two counts of armed violence after a manhunt in Union County.
All five suspects wanted in a break-in at the Revlon Tavern in Union County are now in custody.
The fifth suspect was arrested September 6 after a manhunt that lasted more than 24 hours.
The Union County Sheriff's office says detectives spotted 26-year-old Dejun Booker near a residence in rural Jonesboro at around 10 a.m. Booker is being held on two counts of armed violence and one count of burglary. His bond is set at 500-thousand dollars.
The manhunt started Monday morning after the other four suspects were apprehended not long after the early Monday morning burglary.
The other four suspects, arrested shortly after the incident, have been identified. They are 35-year-old Jeffery Hunter, 42-year-old Toni McClellan and 21-year-old Christian Lowe, all from Indianapolis, as well as 35-year-old Johnny Robinson, Jr. from Greenville, Mississippi.