Two convicted in North Side Swap Meet robbery sentenced to prison
Two men convicted of participating in the 2010 robbery of the Swap Meet on the North Side will spend more than a decade in prison, a federal judge ruled Friday.
U.S. District Judge Joy Flowers Conti sentenced Derrick Holliday, 27, to 10 years and 10 months in prison and sentenced Zane Alexander Lundy, 27, to 12 years and 10 months in prison. Both men pleaded guilty in April to drug and robbery conspiracy and use of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime.
They are two of seven men indicted for the robbery of the Brighton Road indoor flea market where police recovered pounds of marijuana and characterized it as a front for drug dealing. The robbery led to a shootout with police and the injury of a police officer struck by a getaway van.
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