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Unity woman gets year in jail for her role in robbery of Manchester pharmacy


AUGUSTA, Maine — A Unity woman has been sentenced to a year in jail for her role in a pharmacy robbery in Manchester.

Brooke Frost, who formerly lived in Manchester, was sentenced Wednesday to serve 12 months behind bars, with 33 months suspended and three years of probation. She has already served eight months awaiting trial.

The 24-year-old Frost pleaded guilty in January to robbery, stealing drugs and unlawful possession of scheduled drugs, for her role in the robbery of a Rite-Aid pharmacy on Sept. 6.

Frost wore a hat and baggy clothing as she handed the pharmacist a note saying, "Give me Percocet I have a gun." She was given two bottles with oxycodone pills and a tracker bottle.

A man also involved in the robbery has already been sentenced.

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