Two Lancaster brothers recently admitted to beating a pair of security guards during a May theft at Park City mall.
Jalil Shaquille Pilgrim and younger brother Jewels Diamond Pilgrim each pleaded guilty to robbery and related charges regarding the May 21 incident at Boscov’s.
Each brother punched a security guard when several guards confronted the brothers outside the store, after watching them take items without paying.
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Jewels Pilgrim, 20, will serve 1 to 3 years in state prison, followed by 2 years of probation, in accordance with a plea agreement.
Jalil Pilgrim, 21, will serve about 18 months of parole, followed by 3 years of probation, in accordance with a plea agreement. He had served about 5 months in prison, according to Assistant District Attorney Travis S. Anderson, lead prosecutor.
Anderson negotiated the plea agreements, accepted in Lancaster County Court.
The two guards, who were punched in the face, sustained minor injuries.
Lancaster city police Officer David Kaminski filed charges.
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