PA Man Gets 25 Years For Seaford KFC Holdup

Alan Dorman
Alan Dorman

Deputy Attorney General Casey Ewart secured a plea from Alan Dorman, 45, Philadelphia, PA. to Robbery 1st and Tampering with Evidence.

Prosecutors said that in August 2015, Dorman robbed the KFC restaurant on Sussex Avenue in Seaford at gunpoint. Dorman was identified with the help of surveillance video from a hotel across the parking lot where he was staying while working as part of a construction crew.

For the Robbery charge, Dorman was sentenced to 25 years in prison, suspended after 10 years and completion of the Key or Greentree treatment programs, followed by 5 years of Level III probation. Dorman received an additional three years in prison for the Tampering charge.

Dorman was ordered to have no contact with the victim or KFC, and must pay $507 in restitution.

Image Credits: Seaford Police Department