A Seeley woman was sentenced Tuesday to five years in state prison for her role in the robbery of two undocumented immigrants in May.
Two others convicted in the case await sentencing in the coming weeks.
As part of a plea bargain, Diana Cebreros Labunog, 23, pleaded no contest to two counts of felony robbery. She and two others were originally charged with kidnapping for ransom with great bodily injury, assault with great bodily injury and robbery. As part of the plea agreement for all three, charges other than robbery were dropped.
Deputy District Attorney Karla Davis, prosecuting all three defendants, requested Labunog receive the maximum sentence of five years in prison.
"Her role is not minor in this case," Davis said.
"She was cruel," Davis said.
Labunog, Elvia Garcia, 26, of El Centro, and Luis Alberto Cardenas, 34, of Seeley, were arrested on suspicion of beating, robbing and kidnapping two undocumented immigrants near Seeley.