Port Chester man sentenced in deadly robbery

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A Port Chester man will spend the next 20 years behind bars for a violent robbery spree that turned deadly. 

According to the Westchester County D.A., Daniel Jones, 27, was sentenced in connection to the robberies and the death of Arturo Arias Garcia.

In November 2015, Jones assaulted and robbed Garcia, who ended up hitting his head on the sidewalk.

The D.A. says three days prior to this, Jones and two co-conspirators robbed two men in the Stop & Shop parking lot in Port Chester. Both victims suffered head injuries requiring medical treatment.

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