The last of the robbers in the ATM solutions hold-up almost two years ago in St. Louis has been sentenced to 14-years in prison. 22-year-old Aaron Hassan Johnson will serve that sentence on top of a 15- year sentence for an unrelated armed robbery in St. Louis County. He pled guilty in February to armed robbery and related charges in connection with the $6.6 million robbery in August, 2010. 16 others involved in the crime have pleaded guilty. The other 3 robbers all received more prison time than Johnson, ranging from 19 to 32 years. Johnson apologized to the court and told he was glad no one got hurt in the robbery.