A jury found a Tulsa woman guilty Wednesday on multiple charges including robbery and gun possession.
Leandra Jackson-Hubbs, 38, was found guilty of two counts of robbery, one count of felony firearm possession and two felony counts of pointing a firearm.
Jackson-Hubbs requested immediate sentencing from the judge.
She was sentenced to a total of 10 years in prison: 10 years on the two robbery counts, one year on the possession count and two years each on the pointing firearm counts, however, the sentences will all run concurrently with each other.
Jackson-Hubbs was arrested December 23, 2015, after she walked into the QuikTrip in the 10200 block of East 31st, demanded cigarettes then pointed a gun before walking out with the merchandise.
Then about 10 minutes later, police said they got a holdup alarm at the Dominos in the 3100 block of South Garnett.
Store employees said Hubbs walked in holding the gun and demanded cash.