A judge sentenced a man to prison Monday for stealing "The Last Honest Pizza" and much more.
Adam Sherman, 36, a transient, called a Round Table pizza to have a delivery made to a vacant house in Modesto on Oct. 22, 2007. When the pizza driver arrived, Sherman robbed the driver of money and pizza at knifepoint, then took the driver's vehicle.
Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Timothy Salter sentenced Sherman to three years in prison.
Manual Macias, 45, of Modesto and David Esquilin, 30, of Waterford were sentenced to five and seven years in prison, respectively, for second-degree burglary and robbery.
Between December 2008 and February 2009, Macias and Esquilin were involved in a criminal enterprise in which one would go into a business, grab the cash register and run out. The other would serve as the getaway driver.
Macias and Esquilin were convicted of burglarizing Vineyard 76 in Salida and Big Cal's Market and Denair Market in Denair, and robbing the Fruit Yard restaurant west of Waterford.