The last person charged in connection with the death of a Hannibal convenience store clerk in 2013 has been sentenced to prison time.

In circuit court in Adair County Thursday, 27 year old Cuda Dodd of Hannibal was sentenced to 18 years each for second degree murder and first degree robbery, with the prison terms to run concurrently.

Dodd had pleaded guilty to the charges August 1st.

Dodd was one of five persons charged in connection with the robbery of the Abel’s Quik Shop on Shinn Lane and the shooting death of store clerk Adrienne Arnett on October 8th, 2013.

Gary Wiltermood III, Michael Studer, Amanda Lehenbauer and Krystal Tresler were also charged in the case. Tresler was the only one to go to trial. She was found guilty of second degree murder in March. The others pleaded guilty before going to trial.