A man charged over the armed hold up of a 14-year-old boy in Nowra in July last year has been jailed for three and a half years.
Caleb Flentjar, 19, of Nowra pleaded guilty to robbery in company in Nowra District Court.
It was alleged Flentjar and another man, who has been charged robbery armed with offensive weapon, approached the youth who was walking along Leatham Avenue, Nowra around 7.50pm on July 25.
The men were travelling in a maroon sedan, and allegedly threatened the youth, demanding his mobile phone before he was punched in the face.
The boy's backpack was also taken during the incident, with police alleging one of the men was armed with a file during the incident.
Following inquiries, police arrested the other man at a Nowra home about 11pm on the night of the incident while Flentjar was arrested on July 28.
Judge Stephen Norrish sentenced Flentjar to three-and-a-half years jail, with a non-parole period of 18 months.
He will be eligible for release in January 2021.
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