Convicted Ohio City carjacker gets 16 years in prison for four Cleveland attacks
Cleveland-- A Cleveland man convicted of four armed robberies, including carjacking a woman outside an Ohio City restaurant and trying to carjack a Cleveland firefighter at a Giant Eagle, was sentenced Tuesday to 16 years in prison.
Allen Floyd, 20, sat silently as Judge Matthew McMonagle handed down the sentence.
McMonagle found Floyd guilty in March of all 16 counts he faced in the September attacks.
Floyd maintained his innocence, and asked for McMonagle to appoint a lawyer to handle his appeal.
"I feel bad for what happened to the victims, but I'm not responsible for their cases," Floyd told McMonagle. "I didn't have anything to do with that."
Floyd and an accomplice authorities have not identified targeted women who were by themselves, Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Kevin Bringman told cleveland.com.
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