NEW BRITAIN — A city woman convicted of robbing a pizza delivery boy in 2016 avoided further jail time when she was convicted on Thursday of violating probation.
Brittany Enos, 30, of Martin Luther King Drive, faced nine and a half years in prison when she faced a New Britain Superior Court judge.
During the proceedings, a judge ordered Enos to continue his current probation, declining to include any additional incarceration time. In a previous hearing, Enos admitted to violating his probation. She was released on a promise to appear pending sentencing.
Enos in November 2016 was sentenced to 66 months in prison, followed by three years probation, after pleading guilty to two counts of conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery.
One of those charges stemmed from an incident in New Britain on January 16, 2016, when Enos was an accomplice to the robbery of a pizza delivery man on Martin Luther King Drive, according to court documents. Enos, according to court documents, had a little chat with the victim until an accomplice appeared with a gun and robbed the delivery man.
The other robbery charge to which Enos pleaded guilty in 2016 stemmed from an arrest in New London. In that case, according to court documents, a male suspect and Enos took a taxi from New Britain to New London, then pointed a gun at the driver to get the ride for free on January 8, 2016.
Justin Muszynski can be reached at 860-973-1809 or [email protected].