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Father and son sentenced in pharmacy robbery

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SALT LAKE CITY -- A father and son who pleaded guilty to robbing a pharmacy of OxyContin pills will both spend time behind bars.

Mark Dubarry was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for his role in the crime. His 19-year-old son Sean will spend nine years in prison.

The pair were among six people arrested last August in connection with a string of pharmacy robberies that began last January. Officers discovered the group hiding in a Lehi motel.

As part of a plea deal, charges against the Dubarrys in connection with the other robberies were dropped.

Nicole Dubarry, Mark Dubarry's wife and Sean Dubarry's mother, died in jail before facing trial.

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