A man who robbed Girl Scouts selling cookies in front of a Sugar Land Walmart must write a letter of apology to the troop.
Justin Rogers-Zenon pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated robbery.
As part of his deal, the 19-year-old must serve 180 days in jail and six years of probation.
In March 2012, Rogers-Zenon grabbed a cash box from the two girls in front of the store. An underage accomplice drove the getaway car.
With the help of surveillance video, investigators arrested the two a few days later.