CANANDAIGUA — One of three people convicted of robbing a Geneva convenience store was sentenced to prison Wednesday.

Ontario County District Attorney Jim Ritts said Jessica Cram was sentenced to five years in prison by Judge Craig Doran on charges of robbery and bail jumping.

Cram and two men, Miguel Perez and Orlando Perez-Lopez, admitted robbing the Pick Quick on East North Street in April 2018. Geneva police said two people wearing masks entered the store, each displaying what appeared to be a gun, and tied up the clerk.

Ritts said they got away with more than $42,500. The female clerk wasn’t hurt, but police said she was shaken up.

They were arrested about a week after the robbery following a traffic stop in Wayne County. Police said all three were living in that county at the time of the robbery.

Perez-Lopez pleaded guilty last August and was sentenced to eight years in prison. Ritts said Miguel Perez, Orlando’s younger brother, and Cram did not show up for a court appearance last October and left the area while out on bail.

They were caught in March by U.S. Marshals in North Carolina and extradited to New York.

Miguel Perez was sentenced last month to 7½ years in prison. Ritts said his office is seeking restitution from all three defendants, but the amount is subject to a restitution hearing in September.

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