Ringleader in Prostitution-Robbery Scheme Sentenced

The plan was to dress in women's clothing with two other male friends, and pose as prostitutes. They would then rob the men who picked them up.

No one was ever injured, but all three men were arrested.

18-year-old Charles Lebrent Miller of Tyler was the mastermind behind the plan. He's been given 14 years in prison for aggravated robberies.

Miller's two cohorts, Nicholas Williams and Joey Hawkins received lesser sentences.