WOODBURY — Gabriel Moran, 20, of Williamstown was sentenced Friday to serve 14 years in state prison for armed robbery and assault.
Moran pleaded guilty to the Sept. 6, 2013 robbery, admitting he hit the female victim, waiting for a ride at Monroe Township’s Pfeiffer Community Center with a handgun and took her pocketbook.
Moran was also sentenced to a concurrent nine-year prison term for a knifepoint robbery at a Monroe service station on Jan. 31, 2013.
The nine-year term was part of a plea agreement. Moran pleaded guilty as he was about to face trial.
Under the state No Early Release Act, Moran must serve 85 percent of his 14-year sentence before he’s eligible for parole. He will have to serve five years of supervised parole when he is released.
Moran has been in jail since his arrest in 2013. He will receive 670 days credit for time served for the 14-year sentence and 578 days on the nine-year term.