Former MSU student faces jail time for restaurant robberies


Web Editor - Nick Miller

LOUISVILLE, KY -- A former Murray State student convicted of selling marijuana in his dorm in 2011 is now facing even longer prison time.

Kenneth Flintroy, Junior is accused of being involved in a series of restaurant hold ups in Louisville, including two McDonald's and a Taco Johns.

The 7 count federal indictment against him could mean at least 57 years behind bars if he's convicted.